Official 8th Generation (2018+) 010B Camry Discussion

Gor134

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Likely MY23 orders have stopped(or is MY22 in Japan?) and are waiting for the next MY announcement.
 

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If MY23 orders for the Camry have stopped, I would expect that the introduction of the new Camry is imminent (within a month or so), with an on-sale date of no later than Q2 2023 (shortly after the new Prius) as an early 2024 model.
 

maiaramdan

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If MY23 orders for the Camry have stopped, I would expect that the introduction of the new Camry is imminent (within a month or so), with an on-sale date of no later than Q2 2023 (shortly after the new Prius) as an early 2024 model.
That's exactly my thoughts
 

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With parts shortages and stuff maybe difficult to read into stuff like this accurately
 

JustADude

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Any Camry news so far? It's a bit quiet since a 9th gen is supposed to debut this year. Maybe Q4 of this year or next year?
 

Sulu

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I highly doubt those renders are accurate
Agreed. That back end render is too far out for a sedan (although it hints at an earlier Acura Integra rear end to me); the bumper is too wild and the trunk opening too small for a family sedan.

And that duckbill spoiler, I guess is going to be the next automotive styling fashion trend, after the contrasting/black roof.
 

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So what’s everyone’s wish list on this next gen Camry? Sounds like it will be coming in just about a years time so I’m curious what everyone would like to see updated, added or changed?
 

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I would like a Camry Prime with a higher quality interior (no more all-black interior, PLEASE!, on lower trim levels), and more mature exterior styling (similar to the change in styling of the Prius). AWD is a nice-to-have but not a must-have.

Oh, and improve those buzzy large-displacement 4-cylinder engines (namely the A25).