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Exactly one month from today, we'll see if Toyota's efforts to jolt its brisk-selling midsize sedan from catatonia are successful. The company announced the redesigned 2007 Camry — and Camry Hybrid — will debut at the Detroit show on January 9. Officially, Toyota announced the new Camry "will feature significantly improved performance," but unofficially, we know the new model will have a low drag coefficient of 0.28 (Prius: 0.26), more powerful four- and six-cylinder engines, and be built at the company's plant in Georgetown, Kentucky. The hybrid Synergy Drive system will be based on a 2.4-liter four, not a six like the Honda Accord hybrid. Clear!


Detroit Show: 2007 Toyota Camry and Camry Hybrid to Make Debuts in Michigan [Edmunds]

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