When you think about the world's most popular cars, one vehicle HAS to come to mind: the Toyota Camry.
It's been a MASSIVE volume product for what feels like eons now. There's good reason for that. It's a reliable piece of metal that gets people who don't care about driving from point "A" to "B" with minimal problems.
Sure, it's a bit of an appliance but that's what folks want that aren't gearheads.
The current-gen model has been on showrooms floors for what feels like an eternity. Though its styling is stale as ever and its interior is lackluster, it had a great 2013 from a sales perspective. It seems almost silly to change it but according to an email sent to AutoBlog, a Toyota product news manager said the following:
"On April 16 at the New York International Auto Show, we will make an important announcement about America's best-selling car, the Toyota Camry"
An announcement, you say?
That sounds more like Toyota will be using the 2014 New York Auto Show (NYIAS) as a launching point for an all-new Camry. Though we don't expect it to be a cutting-edge sedan — why ruin a good thing from a business perspective — we know it will be a critical moment for the automotive industry as it is a product that rings the cash register.
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