SALISBURY, N.C. (AP) – Toyota will use a re-designed Camry for NASCAR’s 2013 Sprint Cup season.
All four NASCAR manufacturers will go to updated or new cars next season. Toyota is sticking with its Camry model, which has been the best-selling car in America the last 10 years.
The Camry is built in Georgetown, Ky., and Lafayette, Ind.
The model used next season in competition will have a new front grill that matches the production model, and distinct character lines down the side of the car. The Camry will have an updated rear bumper, and will be closer than ever to its showroom sibling.
Toyota Racing Development worked with its global network design team to create the on-track model of the Camry.
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