It might become the best-selling car in the U.S. for the 12th year running, but Toyota isn’t getting complacent with the Camry.
According to Bill Fay, group vice president of the Toyota brand, the 2014 Camry will see some tweaks in order to make it 13 straight years. Though the Camry is taking this year’s title by a wide margin – it currently leads the Honda Accord by over 40,000 units – it will face stiff competition next year.
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Ford plans to boost production on its Fusion sedan while Hyundai will be introducing a redesigned Sonata next year. Toyota plans to “make some effort through the collective team to keep it No. 1 next year.”
The Camry got a major redesign for the 2012 model year and though Fay didn’t go into details on what it’ll be receiving, he did state that Toyota will be “paying significant attention” to the sedan next year.
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