The Toyota Camry is only two years old but that hasn't stopped Toyota's U.S. sales chief from confirming the model will receive “significant attention” next year.

The Toyota Camry is only two years old but that hasn't stopped Toyota's U.S. sales chief from confirming the model will receive “significant attention” next year.

Bill Fay declined to go into specifics but told Bloomberg “It’s safe to say we’ll be doing something with it." That's pretty vague but the statement suggests the car will receive more than the usual model year updates which included additional standard equipment and an upgraded interior for 2013.

While the Camry is still on track to become the best-selling car in the United States for a 12th consecutive year, competitors have been catching up. The Honda Accord is the Camry's nearest rival but the Ford Fusion has been catching on with consumers. Hyundai will also introduce a new Sonata next year which could sway buyers away from the Camry.

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