Tuesday, July 05, 2011

2012 Toyota Camry




These are stills from video taken at what looks like a dealers meeting. Somewhere...

Even though a bit blurry, we can see the new Camry is an evolution of the current design. Pretty much what is expected.
The Camry is still the best selling car in the US and toyota has no reason to change too much. They do need to repeat customers.

Looks like the 3 versions were on the stage. The "regular" Camry, as well as SE and Hybrid.

The car is due this fall, so we'll be seeing much more of it, very soon.

12 comments:

SalvatoreBellomo said...

Looks like a swollen carolla. Not exactly a bad thing

sleeksilver said...

Wow, an oversized Corolla side profile.

Of course it will be boring, and I don't like what I see so far. I don't expect great things at all.

Mazda6
Sonata
Optima

Those are the only midsizers I'd consider at this point in time.

JW said...

Looks like a Subaru to me...

cardudeATL said...

Okay.

Looks like crap to me.

But these are blurry images, so I'll keep my thoughts to myself...

*whistles*

moore said...

Can't tell if it a reflection but the b-pillars look chrome. That would be truly ghetto.

Topaz said...

Are we sure these photos aren't from 2004?

Michael Herrinton said...

Increasingly it seems as though Toyota gets their design cues from the look of a freshly squeezed pile.

PB said...

dull, boring, as it always was and should be

Unknown said...

Now we know why there had neen no mule/prototype sightings of the new Camry despite being so close to launch.. apparently they've been driving around completely uncovered.. and nobody even noticed!

ne1butu said...

I can't fault Toyota for continuing to build boring cars. What's more disturbing is that they build them because people buy them. That says a lot about the automotive malaise that you see with most people.

Gary A. Wexler said...

is that a chrome strip connecting the taillamps? I sure hope so because I would never purchase a new car if it didn't have that chrome garnish connecting the taillamps. Thank God Toyota didn't forget to place it there.

Mike said...

there is a lot of kia forte in the wedge profile seen on the orange shot, this is a mashup of a lot of solid designs, but its definitely nothing special unfortunately