Toyota will unveil the all-new Tacoma midsize pickup at the Detroit Auto Show next month, ending a decade of status quo.
"It's been a bread-and-butter vehicle for us for many years," said Robert S. Carter, Toyota Motor Sales USA Inc. senior vice president of automotive operations. "We're really pleased to be showing it in Detroit."
Tacoma sales are down 4.1% compared to 2013. The company says the decline is largely due to supply constraints, which is why it will add a third shift to its Tacoma plant in Mexico.
In addition to the 2016 Tacoma, Toyota plans to introduce two high-performance Lexus models in Detroit. More on that in the next few days.
Source: Detroit News