The all-new eight-generation Toyota Camry has been caught in Thailand.
First shown to the public at the 2017 Detroit Motor Show, the all-new Camry is built on the company’s excellent TNGA (Toyota New Global Architecture) platform with rear double wishbone suspension set up and newly-developed MacPherson struts up front.
Right-hand drive versions of the Camry was then introduced in Japan and Australia over the subsequent months. The all-new Camry will also replace the Avensis for the UK market, after a 14-year hiatus.
Thanks to these spyshots from chobrod.com, we now know that Toyota Thailand is gearing up for the introduction of the all-new Camry there.
The vehicle seen here appears to be wearing the less aggressive looking front end with wide slats running across the width of the front bumper. The car also appears to be wearing 17-inch 10-spoke alloy wheels.
While the rear-end of the mule is heavily camouflaged, we can see the silhouette of the rear bumper, with an simple looking rear diffuser featured in the bottom half of the bumper, unlike the sportier Camry’s prominent rear diffuser and quad exhaust tips.
Closer to home, we understand that the all-new Camry could debut in Malaysia later this year, fully-imported from Thailand.