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News The Next Generation of the Toyota Camry Could Arrive in 2024

The Next Generation of the Toyota Camry Could Arrive in 2024

The Toyota Camry could be getting an extensive makeover soon.

  • This new model is likely to abandon the V6 engine in favour of the turbocharged 2.4L engine found in the Crown.

  • Styling could be inspired by the new Prius as well as the Crown.

  • The next-generation Camry should also feature the latest Toyota infotainment system.

Toyota could be planning to launch the next generation of the Camry in 2024, according to a number of reports from around the world.

The current generation of the mid-size sedan was launched for the 2018 model year which means it is due to be replaced.

In fact, the next generation will be late compared to previous Camry models which usually have had five or six-year production runs.

This delay can be explained by the decreasing popularity of sedans which leads automakers to prioritize their SUVs.

Few details are known for the moment but the next Camry is likely to abandon the V6 engine in North America (this has already been done on other markets) and replace it with the turbocharged 2.4L engine found in the current Highlander and Crown.

Since Toyota has been pushing hybrid vehicles over full EVs for a long time already, the next Camry is expected to continue offering a hybrid version which should be more powerful and more efficient than the current model.

Apart from the powertrains, the next Camry is likely to use the same TNGA-K platform as the current version under a new body which could be styled in the same vein as the new Prius and Crown.

Inside, a larger infotainment screen running the new Toyota Multimedia infotainment system with advanced voice commands is expected since the current Camry is one of the last Toyota models to retain the previous generation of in-car technology.

Since delivery delays in some parts of the world mean new buyers have to wait over a year to receive their new Camry, recent orders could be shifted to the next generation.

Source: Drive

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