2018 Toyota Camry Spy Shots Shed Light on New Details

September 27th, 2016 by
2015 Toyota Camry

The 2017 Camry is the most popular sedan in the country, so Daytona Beach and Palm Coast drivers are naturally keen to hear more about the 2018 Toyota Camry spy shots. These photos have just been taken, so they can tell us plenty about what to expect from the upcoming model. Here’s everything that we have been able to glean so far.

The Camry Revolution

The Camry has always stood out as one of the most dependable and sought-after vehicles in the midsize sedan segment, and its reputation was further enhanced by a comprehensive mid-cycle refresh in 2015. For 2017, new features were added to the XLE and XSE trim levels, and the trim lineup was changed; for 2018, things are likely changing even more.

That’s because the new model may ride on a whole new platform. The Toyota New Generation Architecture (TNGA), which was first introduced with the 2016 Prius, boasts a stiffer structure than the outgoing generation of Camry, and a double-wishbone independent rear suspension is expected to significantly sharpen up the Camry’s driving dynamics.

The Spy Shots

Of course, we already knew about the platform change, but the 2018 Toyota Camry spy shots serve to give Daytona Beach and Palm Coast drivers a quick sneak-peak at how the vehicle will look. Granted, the prototype was masked by the customary camouflage, but we’re still able to speculate about some of the changes that may be on the way.

As expected, the Camry will retain its popular look, with the hood, cabin, and trunk areas all appearing similar. However, the new model will sport a lower beltline, so expect superior visibility thanks to the addition of more glass. The front fascia has also been retouched, looking a little bolder than the current generation, with lighting modules framed by LED running lamps looking similar to what we’ve seen with the Prius and the Prius Prime.

Learn More About the 2018 Toyota Camry

Combine the revised front-end with an enhanced suspension, and it should be obvious that the upcoming Camry will be a little more aggressive than the current version in terms of both styling and performance. To find out more near Daytona Beach and Palm Coast, just contact Beaver Toyota.

*2015 model shown.