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New Toyota Camry Unveiled in Two Weeks

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Updated: 12/05/2013 3:35 pm
Toyota will unveil a new version of the Camry in about two weeks.

The company says the new version will include a front end that's more crash resistant. That's so it can pass a new test done by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, according to Bill Fay, head of Toyota's U.S. division.

Fay said engineers are still working on the car. The Associated Press says that Fay hinted there would be few changes to the Camry's look. He would not say when the new Camry will go on sale.

The Camry is built in Georgetown.

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