The all-new Toyota Camry 2025 arrives in the ninth generation, but unofficially

Toyota is going strong in America, but not as fast as it would like. Thus, according to sales results, after the first six months, GM dominates the US market, followed by the Japanese automaker.

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Both GM and Toyota rose above the 1 million deliveries mark during the first half of 2023, but the Detroit-based automaker jumped 18% while the Japanese rival’s stock fell 0.7%. In addition, the Toyota brand also came in second behind Ford Motor Company’s namesake brand with a higher decline of 2.8%. However, there is no need to worry, as Toyota is planning to change course.

More precisely, they’re preparing a tidal wave of new products for the US market, including stars like the 2023 Prius Prime plug-in hybrid, three GR special editions (GR86 Trueno, GR Corolla Circuit, and GR Supra 45th Anniversary), And the entire 2024 Corolla Nightshade family, the 2024 Grand Highlander 8-seat crossover SUVsOr the 2023 Corolla Cross Hybrid. There were also the superstars — also known as the 2024 N400 Tacoma midsize pickup truck and the returning 2024 Land Cruiser.

But has anyone noticed that there is a significant absence? No, I’m not talking about the 4Runner, whose teeth grow longer than the ivory tusks of a woolly mammoth. Instead, let’s talk about the only passenger car segment that is still in the top five in terms of sales – midsize cars. There, the Toyota Camry is still dominant (more than 150,000 sales during the first half, plus 11%), so of course, the automaker is taking diligent care of it.

For 2024, the Toyota Camry arrives at dealerships starting at $26,420, and America’s best-selling midsize sedan brings a new look and an updated cabin. Many models, multiple trims and plenty of exterior colors (18) are available to customers – but what if that’s not enough? Well, at least according to the fantasy world of digital car content creators, the wait for the all-new ninth-generation 2025 Camry is almost over — at least across fantasy land.

the Hello cars The YouTube channel usually provides new information about cars supported by their virtual designs; Now, there are some CGI ideas about the new generation Toyota Camry. According to the resident pixel master, the ninth edition of the best-selling midsize sedan could feature one of four different front end designs – mainly inspired by the returning Crown Cross sedan.

Meanwhile, around the back, one possible (unofficial) design is shown in the video feature embedded below – and there are no ideas for hypothetical changes to the cockpit. However, the host is confident that Toyota will use the same TNGA-K model for the new Camry as seen in the S235 Crown and various other models such as the Lexus ES, compact and mid-size SUVs, as well as large MPVs such as the Sienna. Or Alphard.

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