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2007 Toyota Camry Hybrid Unveiled


Toyota unveiled the first Toyota Camry hybrid at the Detroit auto show. The new hybrid version produces 192 horsepower and should get an estimated 43 miles per gallon in city driving, allowing it to drive over 600 miles on one tank of gas. Toyota expects around 15% of the Camry's total sales to be from the hybrid version.

The 2007 Camry has been redesigned with a more stylish and muscular look, while Toyota also improved the handling and performance to remain at the top of the highly competitive midsize car market.





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