CARLSBAD, California, U.S.A. — Toyota Motor Corp. knows it has a ways to travel to bring young carbuyers into the fold. While aging Baby Boomers last year made the Toyota Camry No.1 in U.S. sedan sales, Boomer babies want nothing to do with their parent's staid and boring cars. So Toyota is looking to lure Generation Xers, as well as those coming up behind them, with a new direction for both the sporty seventh-generation Celica and new entry-level Echo sedan. While sharing the same ...
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