The most popular mid-size sedan in the North American market is the Toyota Camry, and later this year we should see an all-new model.
The seventh generation model is set to debut this fall, as indicated by Toyota’s vice-president and general manager Bob Carter.
Toyota sold 327,804 Camry’s last year, and while that would be a huge and successful number for any automaker, it was in fact the lowest tally in Camry’s history since 1994. The current model had been in the market since March 2006.
No details have been given about the new Camry, but expect more of the same with some new clothing. It’s not yet clear if Toyota plans to continue to offer a V6 model, or switch to 4-cylinders only, like Hyundai has done with the new Sonata and Chevy is planning with the Malibu. A new Camry Hybrid will certainly be a part of the model mix.
[Source: Wards Auto]