CHICAGO -- An updated version of the Avalon, Toyota's biggest sedan, arrives this fall with revised styling and a recalibrated suspension system.
At the auto show here, Toyota introduced the 2016 Avalon and special editions of the Camry and Corolla. Combined the three nameplates accounted for more than 800,000 sales in the United States last year, said Bill Fay, Toyota Division general manager.
The face-lifted Avalon has the widest grille yet, sportier taillights and new wheels. The V-6 and hybrid powertrains are unchanged but the car will feel sportier, said Randy Stephens, Avalon's chief engineer.