CARS.COM — While the dust is still settling from the 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show, Toyota is keeping the momentum going with a teaser about the next auto show. The automaker announced that the 2018 Camry will debut at the 2017 North American International Auto Show in Detroit in January.
The automaker calls the 2018 model "all-new" but only revealed a sliver of the mid-size sedan. It shows a sharper, more streamlined looking taillight that wears rings similar to those seen on the new C-HR subcompact SUV, as well as just the hint of a spoiler. Check back on Jan. 9 for more details from Detroit.