The Toyota Camry is due to be replaced so while Toyota Motor Corporation is presumably waiting for its current stock to be depleted, the Japanese carmaker has decided to tease the market by giving us a glimpse of the headlight of its next-generation midsize sedan in a video.
In the video, Toyota Motor president Akio Toyoda is addressing the company's American customers, thanking them for making the Camry the top-selling vehicle in their country.
As Toyoda goes on with his spiel saying how the next-generation Camry is the best ever based on feedback Toyota has received from its customers, which it then applied to the vehicle to exceed its customer's expectations, the Japanese principal gives us a glimpse of the next-generation Camry's right front headlight.
"(As a) result is a remarkable car in terms of handling, safety and fuel economy," said Toyoda, adding that the car is due to arrive in showrooms later this year.
Is the brief glimpse of the headlight enough to make you buy one or would you rather wait for Toyota's competitors to debut their Camry fighters?