Toyota might be loosening its necktie a bit, but it's still Toyota.    

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Thus, the same upgrades you saw on the Camry above will reappear on the Avalon with few alterations.   

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On the aesthetic front, that means 19-inch matte black wheels, aggressive aero that's painted black, red details on all sides and plenty of TRD badging. 

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Safety systems, including autobrake, are standard on both cars.    

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The story's the same inside, as well.    

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The seats are black synthetic leather with embroidered headrests and red accents, and the seat belts are as red as can be.     

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Underbody braces are thicker, the ride height is 0.6 inch lower, and the suspension's been thoroughly revised for better driving dynamics.     

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The brakes are bigger, and there's a louder exhaust system bolted to the V6.    

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Toyota's two new TRD models go on sale this fall.

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Availability will be limited, and pricing has not yet been announced.

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