Press days at the 2017 Detroit Auto Show have to come to a close, and while there were no world debuts that blew the roof off of Cobo Center, a number of noteworthy and important reveals did take place in the Motor City.
Toyota uncovered the eighth-generation Camry, with which it hopes to continue dominating the midsize sedan sales charts. An all-new chassis promising tighter handling goes along with more aggressive sheetmetal, upgraded engines and a healthy list of standard tech features.
The excitement surrounding a new Honda Odyssey proves that not everybody is turning to crossovers and SUVs to move families. Honda packs in slick, new family-focused features such as four-way configurable second-row seats and offers new tech to monitor and speak to the kids in back more easily.
2018 Toyota Camry doesn't want to be boring anymore