Toyota released a teaser image of the all-new Camry that’s set to debut at the 2017 North American International Auto Show in January. From the looks of it, the Camry could come with significant design changes.
With the phrase “prepare to stare,” the teaser shows striking elements of the 2018 Camry’s rear such as its new LED taillight design, a vertical vent, and a spoiler. Its sharp character lines that run along the side blends well into the vehicle’s rear. Moreover, the teaser suggests that the Camry could be fitted with low profile tires, which yields a sportier design than its predecessor.
But what we’re really curious about is how the C-pillar flows down to the trunk lid. Could it be that the Camry takes on the same hatchback-like design of the Honda Civic or is it just because of the teaser’s angle? Whatever the case is, the all-new Toyota Camry has made us excited for its official launch.
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