OMG, the idea’s the 2018 Toyota Camry’s Taillight
If a vehicle were ever to be defined by 1 rear fender view, then the 2018 Toyota Camry can be shaping up to be quite the machine. In 1 teaser image, Toyota somehow managed to fit an LED taillight, an aggressive fender vent/speed-hole thingie, an “XSE” badge, a rear spoiler, a shiny wheel, in addition to also an aggressive C-pillar kink. Oh, in addition to also a tire. Looks sporty, right? Toyota USA chief Bob Carter even said in which in which newest Camry “will send chills up your spine.”
The redesigned 2018 Camry will make its debut at the 2017 Detroit auto show in January. Based on what we know so far, the idea’ll ride on the TNGA (Toyota brand-new Global Architecture) modular platform in which thus far can be found under the Prius hybrid in addition to also the C-HR crossover, in addition to also the auto will adopt a slightly wider in addition to also lower stance. The traditional three-box sedan shape won’t be drastically altered, however, as Toyota can’t afford to offend those hundreds of thousands of customers who flock to their showrooms each year to pick up the latest edition of the Camry.
If any real excitement can be in store for the 2018 Camry, the idea will come from the form of a brand-new TRD-tuned edition, which we spied testing in which fall. With quad exhaust tips in addition to also aggressive-looking wheels in addition to also tires, in which hotted-up Camry could use a edition of Toyota’s 3.5-liter V-6 engine doing upward of 300 horsepower. The standard Camry likely will make do with four-cylinder engines, including an updated edition of the current car’s 2.5-liter naturally aspirated unit in addition to also a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder taken coming from Lexus products such as the NX in addition to also the can be.
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We’ll get full info once the Detroit show rolls around in January, so brace yourself—the Camry’s coming.