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Toyota to showcase 'brainier' self-driving car at CES

Lexus-based vehicle with more cameras and sensors to join research fleet in spring

The TRI-P4 combines Toyota's latest self-driving system with the design of Lexus LS sedan. (Photo courtesy of Toyota Motor)

NAGOYA, Japan -- Toyota Motor will unveil its newest test vehicle for automated driving at CES, the world's largest consumer electronics trade show, in Las Vegas next week.

The Japanese automaker said Friday that the car, which it calls the TRI-P4, will join its U.S. fleet of self-driving research vehicles in the spring.

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