Next-Gen Toyota Camry With Crown-Inspired Redesign The Toyota Camry debuted in early 2017 during the Detroit

International Auto Show and was refreshed in 2020. The Nightshade version, currently available in the United States

and on sale with the optional V6 engine, marks the fifth year. Colleagues at had the same view

the same view and decided to preview the successor to today's model wearing the XV70 internal designation.

The visual effects of the Crown family can be seen quite well at the front where there is a huge grille at the bottom

of the bumper. It is surrounded by two glossy black decorative areas with sweptback headlights above them. 

The rear end gets slim taillights along with a coast-to-coast LED bar connecting the light clusters.

The small boot spoiler gives a sporty feel and matches well with the diffuser-like panels in the bumper.

The big sedans will get a new generation in the next two or three years. The successor to today's model will continue to be based

on the GA-K platform, developed by sharing components with Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA). Seeing how each 

automotive segment continues to shrink in size, the new generation optional V6 engines will be discontinued. Toyota Camry Driving:

If you want a 6 cylinder Camry. For the 2023 model year the sedan gets an optional 3.5-liter V6 with 310 horsepower. The base 

2.5-litre, V6 was mated to an eight-speed automatic as standard. The Camry Hybrid also gets a 2.5-litre Atkinson cycle engine.