According to Wapcar automotive news The next-generation Toyota Camry has been posted online ahead of the sedan’s expected to launch in 2023. In 2017, we’ll almost certainly see a new generation next year to catch up with the new generation. rivals such as the Hyundai i30 Sedan and the Volkswagen Passat.
After unveiling a full line of Crown sedans and SUVs destined for the Japanese and US markets in late 2022 and early 2023, graphic artist Throttle took design cues from the flagship model. and massage them on the current Camry professionally. Up front, the rendered Toyota Camry 2023 has adopted a futuristic split-headlight design with sharper side niches and a large front air intake, the latter hinting that the focus on the internal combustion engine has can be retained in the next generation.
As the Camry focuses more and more on sportiness as a dynamic sedan, a sleeker design line at the rear three-quarters helps create a more dramatic and reminiscent of the Lexus IS sports sedan. Contrasting black underbody panels have been added to the side of the body and the body height is slightly raised, which can provide better aerodynamics.
The artist’s decision to use the one-piece Crown tail light reflects a more modern design that could realistically appear on the new production model.
Larger touchscreens likely
Although the Camry received a major update last year that enhanced its tech package with a larger screen, the underlying software and design remain part of Toyota’s latest generation of technology and will soon need an update to keep pace with its rivals.
Toyota and sister brand Lexus are starting to roll out larger multimedia touchscreens and even full-width 12.3-inch digital driver screens, in their new lineups of vehicles.
This large display will likely be available on higher trim levels of the next-generation Camry, while lower trims could do with a smaller 7.0-inch display paired with an analog dial.
These changes have been seen on the updated RAV4, which also introduces a larger 10.5-inch touchscreen with a more modern operating system.
Camry could use turbo-hybrid engines
The next-generation Camry is expected to sit on an improved version of the GA-K platform similar to the Crown and Kluger large SUVs. The platform offers an “east-west” transverse engine layout and the availability of front- and all-wheel drive.
Toyota used to only offer the Camry in Australia in FWD configuration, but US buyers have seen AWD options paired with the 151kW/247Nm 2.5-liter four-cylinder or the V6 from 3.5 liters 224 kW/362 Nm, both using an eight-speed torque converter transmission.
Currently, the Camry is offered in Australia with an entry-level 2.5-liter engine producing 152kW/243Nm and a hybrid version producing 160kW, with torque not yet officially quoted.
These options will likely carry over to the next generation, but the pair can be combined with the newly announced hybrid options with the next-generation Crown.
The Crown is equipped with the familiar 2.5-liter engine combined with Toyota’s “E-Four” AWD system, available on SUV models such as the RAV4, producing 172kW of power and transferring power to the curb via a CVT gearbox.
The 2.4-liter, twin-turbocharged four-cylinder making a total of 257kW is provided by Toyota’s new ‘Direct Shift-6AT’, a new option that combines an electric motor and an automatic transmission. six-speed movement. transmission in one unit.
This engine option is paired with Toyota’s enhanced E-Four AWD system with a powerful eAxle at the rear, offering the ability to change power distribution from front to rear from 100:0 to 20. :80, like the AWD system available on the new generation Lexus RX.
If the 2.4-liter turbo-hybrid engine appears on the Camry, it is likely to be sold exclusively in a more premium version to match its refinement.