The world is getting its first look today at a vehicle set to be made in central Kentucky.
Toyota unveiled its new crossover vehicle, the Venza on Monday morning at the Detroit Auto Show.
The Venza is a five passenger vehicle and will be built on the Camry platform a the Georgetown production plant. It isn't a hybrid vehicle, but will be what Toyota calls a "unique blend of sedan and sport utility vehicle."
Workers in Georgetown already build the Camry, Camry Solara and Avalon models.