NASCAR racers will see a new competitor on the track next season.
The 2015 Toyota Camry NASCAR race car has officially debuted and will begin competing in NASCAR Sprint Cup Series beginning next season. The Japanese automaker is the first in the series to update the NASCAR “Gen-6” model which was originally introduced in 2012 for the 2013 season. The redesigned Camry race car will also be competing in next year’s NASCAR Xfinity Series, which is currently the Nationwide Series.
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Sporting a look similar to the production 2015 Camry, the new race car is a collaboration between TRD and Calty Design, party of Toyota’s global network design team. The biggest noticeable change is the more aggressive front end and grille, which looks identical its production counterpart. The new Camry also has a new, sleek hood and nose, along with a new tail of the car.
“We’re thrilled to finally be able to show off our new 2015 Camry race car — becoming the first manufacturer to update the ‘Gen-6’ model that was introduced before the start of the 2013 season,” said Ed Laukes, TMS vice president of marketing, performance and guest experience. “We anticipate that fans will appreciate the development behind this bold Camry design — both on the race track and the showroom floor. Fans will have the chance to get an up close look at our new 2015 Camry in our NASCAR activation and fan engagement activities.”
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