Rather than shy away from the spotlight, Toyota is going to put the focus on its products, rather than its problems at the Chicago Auto Show next week. Officials are said to be “still working on the details” of the press conference, but it is expected that some revised trucks and crossovers could debut in the Windy City.
Due for a mid-cycle refresh are the current Highlander crossover and Tacoma pickup truck. The current second-generation Highlander debuted as a 2008 model and the current Tacoma debuted in 2005. The Chicago Auto Show is well-known for truck debuts, with Chevy set to unveil its new Silverado Heavy Duty and Ford set to debut the all-new 2011 Explorer at this year’s show.
Also a strong candidate is a facelifted version of the Avalon full-sized sedan.
AutoGuide will bring you live coverage of the Chicago Auto Show starting February 10th.
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