The seventh-generation version of the Toyota Camry, which is the best-selling passenger car in the United States, is reported to debut this fall.
“We haven’t announced the next-gen Camry, (but) I will tell you (the current) Camry is very close to the end of its lifecycle, and a fall introduction is a pretty good educated guess,” Bob Carter, group vice president and general manager-Toyota Div. told Ward’s.
Carter said that there has been no model delay as a result of Japan’s March 11 quake. “There has been no significant change to our plans,” he said.
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Toyota sold a total of 327,804 units of the Camry in 2010. The current model (sixth-generation) debuted in March 2006 as 2007 model year vehicle.
– By: Omar Rana