Toyota to Debut New Sedan in New York

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Toyota is being extra secretive about its New York International Auto Show reveals, showing us just a glimpse of what it plans to unveil at the show. Joining an updated Venza on the automaker's stage will be what Toyota is calling "an all-new U.S.-designed sedan." Further details haven't been revealed but Toyota spokesman Maurice Durand confirmed to Cars.com that the sedan is a production model and not a concept.

The teaser image doesn't divulge much, but it definitely looks like the new car exhibits a much sportier, athletic look than the brand's current sedan lineup. We'll get more details when the New York auto show opens to the press on April 4.

Have a question about the car? Toyota says the public will be able to talk to designers in a live-streaming video chat at 2 p.m. EDT on April 5. Submit your questions via Twitter using the hashtag #ToyotaDesign and Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/toyota).

Comments 

othree

Vdub CC competitor? Has some Optima resemblance.

Six

Looks like Avalon gets the CLS treatment.

Dan

looks like the rear window of the current Accord Coupe/ Mercedes C Class Coupe, and rear end looks like the new hyundai Azera........ground-breaking :)

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