Toyota to highlight Special Edition cars in Chicago Auto Show

Japanese automobile maker Toyota is keen on raising the bar one level higher with its sedans that are custom-built for families as it endeavors to have them clad this time with a sporty look and feel.

Toyota will give its compact Corolla and midsize Camry a new special-edition sporty design on its fold and are expected to be unveiled in the upcoming Chicago Auto Show which will go full blast next week.

Toyota is also set pepper its newest sport version of its renowned sedan, that is, the 2016 Camry Special Edition with sweeping features. The sports version sedan will be bolstered with an added dosage of aggressiveness and technology says the company and hinted that the production of the variant will be restricted to 12,000 units until the year ends and its release date will begin in August.

The sleek car which seats comfortably on an 18 inches alloy wheels features moonroof, smoked tail lamp treatment, seats with high-contrast blue stitching, shift boot, and among others. It also flaunts seamless painting and will be available in two variants: Blizzard Pearl and Blue Streak Metallic.

On the other end, Corolla Special Edition features steering wheel paddle shifters, rear disc brakes and comes with a sport driving mode. It also boasts of17 inches alloy wheels with a black interior and red contrast stitching and red accents on its dash. The production of the Corolla SE is only set at 8,000 for the year and its release is also slated to start in August.


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