The current generation Toyota Camry made its debut at the Detroit International Auto Show in early 2017 and was refreshed for 2020. It is currently on sale in the United States with an available Night Shade Edition and optional V6 engine, for the fifth year. Assembly lines for large Japanese sedans. Looking back at previous generations of Camry, most of them had a lifespan of five or six years, which suggests that a new generation could be on its way soon.
Our friends and colleagues Kolesa.ru Was thinking the same and decided to preview today’s model’s successor wearing the XV70 interior designation. What you see in the gallery attached below are two renderings that show the new Camry from the front and rear with a new design language inspired by the new Toyota Crown.
The visual impact of the Crown family can best be seen at the front where there is a large grille at the bottom of the bumper. It is flanked by two gloss black decorative areas and topped by swept-back headlights. The rear end now features slimmer taillights with a coast-to-coast LED bar that joins the light clusters. A small boot spoiler gives a sporty feel and complements well with the diffuser-like panel in the bumper.
Toyota has been tight-lipped about the Camry’s future, though we’re sure the big sedan will get a new generation in the next two or three years. We expect the successor to today’s model to stick to the GA-K platform, which was developed by sharing components with the Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA). Given how every automotive segment is downsized, we expect the optional V6 engines to be discontinued with the new generation.
If you want a six-cylinder Camry, now is the time. For the 2023 model year, the sedan gets an optional 3.5-liter V6 with 310 horsepower. Just like the base 2.5-liter mill, the V6 is mated to an eight-speed automatic as standard. If you want something a little more affordable, the Camry Hybrid also has a 2.5-liter Atkinson cycle engine.