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Newly unveiled Toyota Camry (Photo by Kazuyuki Okudaira)

Toyota unveils new Camry at Detroit motor show

Vehicle undergoes full remodeling for first time in six years

TORU HATANO, Nikkei staff writer | Japan

DETROIT -- Toyota Motor on Monday debuted its new Camry sedan at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The Camry -- fully remodeled for the first time in six years -- is the first model whose engines and transmissions are produced under a new production method called Toyota New Global Architecture. The automaker currently sells some 400,000 Camrys in the U.S.

The new Camry -- the eighth generation from the first model produced in 1982 -- is produced at a plant in the state of Kentucky.

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