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TOYOTA Camry Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 13
First production year: 1983
Engines: Gasoline, Hybrid gasoline, Hybrid, Diesel
 

2020 - Present

The 2021 Toyota Camry was unveiled online in 2020, and it was a significant improvement over its non-facelifted version in terms of technology and, most importantly, in terms of safety. Toyota Camry was one of the best selling sedans in its class on the North-American continent. A part of its success was the car’s constant improvement over the 37 years production period since it was introduce...

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gasoline engines:

  TOYOTA Camry 2.5L 8AT (203 HP)

  TOYOTA Camry 2.5L 8AT AWD (202 HP)

  TOYOTA Camry 3.5L V6 8AT (301 HP)

hybrid gasoline engines:

  TOYOTA Camry 2.5L 8AT (218 HP)

2019 - Present

When it comes to performance models, TRD is the brand Toyota enthusiasts are looking for. For 2020, the Camry TRD offers a completely different model then those for retired people. It is more like a ninja warrior under a poncho. The Camry TRD can hardly be distinguished from other Camry models, but there are some subtle visual details that will give you a hint about it. First, it has an aero ...

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gasoline engines:

  TOYOTA Camry TRD 3.5L V6 8AT (301 HP)

2017 - 2020

The eighth generation of Camry was shown in 2017 at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in January. The most important evolution is the base platform, which is the TNGA (Toyota New Global Architecture). It grew in all sizes and, especially, in the wheelbase so the rear passengers had plenty of leg-room. And, very important, it may be equipped with an all-wheel-drive system. Th...

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2014 - 2017

In 2014 Toyota introduced a revamped Camry as a 2015 model. While it looks to be only a facelift, the automaker claims it’s wearing more than 2,000 new components. On the exterior, the model comes with a prominent character line, a muscular front end with a huge trapezoidal grille, new headlights, LED daytime running lights, slightly revised side lines and a rear end that looks almost like the L...

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2011 - 2014

When it was launched in 2011, the Toyota Camry was the best selling car on the American market for nine years. Despite its not so much appealing look, it was chosen by customers for its reliability. It was the seventh generation of the Camry on the U.S. soil and to emphasize its sporty character, it debuted on August 27th at the NASCAR Sprint Cup series. It was a clear sign that the car-make...

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2009 - 2014

Toyota Camry was one of the best-selling mid-size vehicles on the U.S. market. Its reliability and comfort were its main attributes. In 2009, the Japanese carmaker introduced a hybrid version. While the Prius was not the first hybrid vehicle globally, it was the car that started the hybrid revolution. It was the first mass-produced vehicle with gasoline-electric power and helped the Japanese ...

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2007 - 2011

The Camry was a long-time winner for those who just asked for a vehicle to take them from A to B without any troubles and didn't care if the car had a bland look. In 2007, Toyota decided to end the jokes about its mid-size sedan and started to put more passion into it. It even offered a sport package. On a Camry! The result couldn't win any beauty contest, but it was no longer as bl...

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2004 - 2009

While the four-door Camry was a dream for many, the two-door version named Solara was designed as a personal luxury coupe for empty-nesters. Toyota didn't need another sport-coupe vehicle on the market. It was already focused on a different segment when it introduced Solara's first generation in 1998. Fast forward four years, and in the summer of 2003, the carmaker revealed the seco...

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2001 - 2004

One of the most loved mid-size sedans in America, the Toyota Camry was well known for its reliability, as well as practicality with enough room for 5 occupants. On top of that, the Camry was fitted with a powerful V6 engine that made it fun to drive. The Camry was offered with three trim levels: base CE, LE, and the top of the range, XLE. Excluding the base trim, the upper trim levels could b...

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1997 - 2001

In 1997, the Toyota Camry reached in 5th generation. The model was launched at different dates all around the world, the first being shown in Japan. The Camry was already known for its reliability and offered a comfortable and quiet interior. The car did not offer an exciting ride and it was not its purpose to, however, it was precise and predictable. The refreshed Camry came with an all-new...

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1991 - 1996

Member of the third generation of the vehicle, the 1991 Camry was initially available only on the Japanese market. The US edition of the car was officially rolled out in 1992, the same year when the Japanese company unveiled an upgraded model of Camry. The 1991 version of the car had a four wheel steering system as well as a 2.0 liter V6 engine which was formerly known as Toyota Camry V6 Promine...

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1987 - 1991

Unveiled to the public for the first time in 1983, the first generation of Toyota Camry available as a sedan or a hatchback was designed to replace the rear-wheel-drive Toyota Corona. Even if the previous model of Toyota Camry was greatly praised for its reliability, the Japanese carmaker didn’t settle and brought a new Camry to the market. For 1987, the Camry’s exterior was totally redesi...

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1983 - 1987

What started as a version of the Celica became a distinct lineup in 1982, when the first generation of the Toyota Camry appeared on the market. After the second oil crisis in the late 70s, many customers started to look for more fuel-efficient vehicles. But unfortunately, most American cars were big. So, despite the CAFE agreement, they couldn't have been named as economical compared to ...

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