So, while the unmistakeable sporty lines of the next Camry makes it look sharper than the current version, a strong familiarity with the current model still exists. There’s the wider grille, angular headlights, a prominent shoulder line, integrated spoiler, provision for two exhausts, black wheels, and low height that point towards the newfound aggression.
Toyota’s new Camry should weigh less since it is based on the TGNA platform which also underpins the latest Prius. Reports state that power for the next Camry could come from the reworked 2.5-litre four-cylinder (Atkinson cycle) engine for improved fuel efficiency, along with a 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder motor, and a hybrid version too.
Expect Toyota to introduce the next-generation Camry in 2017, so stay tuned to Carwale for more information in the time to come.