After its debut at the 2017 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in January, 2 new sporty variants for the 2018 Toyota Camry has been revealed. We've seen the images and both look uniquely satisfying. We only have one problem though – it's only going to be available in Japan.
As said above, the 2018 Camry is bound to enter the Japanese Domestic Market (JDM) with the TRD and Modellista trims. We've seen the American-spec midsize sedan at NAIAS and it has changed a lot significantly compared in the previous generation, but this Japan-bound Camry trims are even more visually appealing.
Both trims offer subtle changes in exterior details from the 2018 model, specifically the fascia. The TRD boasts black grille accents, which give it an intimidating sporty impression. It also gets a black bumper diffuser, whereas the Modellista gets silver metallic grille and chrome-trimmed bumper diffuser.
The Japanese brand is said to push with the hybrid-powered 2018 Camry for the JDM-spec. Although there were no words yet about what engine will run under its hood, the hybrid variant revealed in Detroit has the 2.5L Dynamic Force engine.
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