One of the most well-known and famous cars in the D-segment is the Toyota Camry. The older brother of the Corolla, is offered as a larger, luxurious, comfortable alternative, and with a very high technological level.
Since the first generation in 1982, several editions of this model have passed. The latest, currently produced Camry, landed on the world market in 2017 at the Detroit International Auto Show.
With five years on the market, people in the automotive world think that Toyota may have already begun to develop the future generation of Toyota Camry and apparently the inspiration for the newer version of the Camry will come from the recently revealed electric concept, called the Toyota Crown.
To find out how the future Toyota Camry will look, the Kolesa site made a quite interesting rendering of the future Camry, and gave us an approximation of what we can expect in the next model of the Japanese brand. See a screenshot from Kolesa's publication below.
Among the most striking features of the new and refreshed Toyota Camry is the grill with a small upper grille, accompanied by a larger one with a C-shaped bumper at the ends. On the other hand, in the rear area of this new Camry rendering, the highlight is a light bar that crosses the entire width of the vehicle.
The platform used will be the TNGA , while hybrid mechanics are expected.
According to Kolesa, "The new sedan may retain the GA-K platform developed under the TNGA (Toyota New Global Architecture) program, it is also used by the new RAV4 crossovers, Highlander and the Lexus ES sedan. It is likely that the model will lose the 3.5-liter gasoline V6, instead of it there will be a 4-cylinder turbocharged 2.4 with a capacity of about 269 hp. and 420 Nm of torque."
The premiere of new items will take place no earlier than next year.
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Image source: Toyota Pressroom and a screenshot from Kolesa.ru, referenced in the news report.