2017 Detroit Auto Show News
The 2017 Detroit Auto Show news is filled with exciting announcements and debuts from every automaker in the industry. But by all accounts, Toyota stole the show this year by showing off major updates and additions to some of the most popular models in its lineup. The Toyota lineup of the near future looks more impressive than ever – see the highlights below!
The 2018 Toyota Camry Debuts the Next Generation
The biggest debut to come out of the 2017 Detroit Auto Show was likely the next generation of the Toyota Camry, set to hit the road in 2018. The car has stylishly updated looks, major performance upgrades in terms of both power and efficiency, and tons of new features and technologies. The biggest surprise, however, is that the newest Camry will not get bigger and bulkier but will actually be more compact and agile to enhance what promises to be a more exciting driving experience.
The 2018 Toyota CH-R Brings Utility and Style to the Lineup
The 2018 Toyota CH-R was unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show, and it continues to gain enthusiasts in advance of its release next year. This compact crossover is immediately noticeably for its bold and sleek looks, setting it apart from everything else on the road. It will also be an accessibly function all-purpose vehicle with 144 hp, solid fuel efficiency ratings, a spacious cargo area, and an expansive list of standard features.
The 2018 Toyota Tundra Receives a Complete Overhaul
The 2018 Toyota Tundra received a ground up redesign that will make this full-sized pickup more capable than ever. Details are still coming out, but the new Tundra shown off at the Detroit Auto Show had a tougher and more distinct look overall. The truck will run on a new eight-speed transmission that should improve fuel economy, and engineers have worked hard to improve tow ratings as well. The forthcoming Tundra will also come with a suite of advanced safety features, including forward collision warning, automatic high beams, and lane departure warning that is ideal when you have a trailer.
The New Toyota NASCAR Model Enters Competition
During the show, Toyota debuted its new NASCAR model with the help of drivers Kyle Busch and Denny Hamlin. The redesigned car reflects the new Camry and has a lower center of gravity, a longer wheelbase, and a roof and hood with a steeper slope. The car will first enter competition at this year’s Daytona 500.
Learn More About the Future of Toyota at Toyota of Naperville
The 2017 Detroit Auto Show news reveals that the lineup of cars, pickups, and crossovers from Toyota is about to get a lot more impressive. But until the new and redesigned models start arriving, get behind the wheel of a current model at Toyota of Naperville, located at 1488 W Ogden Ave in Naperville, IL!