Toyota Releases Second 2012 Camry Teaser

We’re now getting a bit closer to the full reveal of the all new 2012 Toyota Camry, a car that should soon be found at the top of the Japanese carmaker’s sales charts. Last week, we brought you the first really decent teaser photo of the new model, showing bits of the grille and a headlight.

Now, Toyota has brought a cropped shot of the rear end, revealing an angular tail lamp. We’re not 100% sure right now, but there also seems to be a chrome strip between the lights. Other than that, it’s just a regular sedan, with a boot, badge and license plate holder. The full reveal on the regular sedan and its hybrid version is coming this August 23rd, and we promise to keep you updated.

“Four all-new models will arrive before the end of the year. Leading the way, as we announced earlier this week, will be the all-new Camry and Camry Hybrid,” said Don Esmond, TMS senior vice president for automotive operations.

“Camry will usher in a new level of product excellence for the Toyota brand, designed to meet the changing needs of the 21st Century driver. The new Camry will provide technologically advanced features, a contemporary design inside and out, improved performance and refined ride and handling,” he added.

A couple of months back, the Wall Street Journal said the all-new Camry will be shown soon, with a number of commercials marketing it as "smart, safe and worry-free".

A number of other new arrivals are scheduled this year from Toyota, including a redesigned Avalon sedan, the production version of its Prius c compact hybrid concept, and even the Scion FR-S that we’ve all been waiting for.
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