Theottle, an automotive designer, has taken the Crown Sport Concept and utilized it as the basis for a new generation of the Toyota Camry. This news arrives in the wake of Toyota’s recent unveiling of four alternative body variants that will be offered on the upgraded 2023 Crown. The completed work, to put it mildly, is arresting to look at.
The 2025 Camry’s Crown-Inspired Design Looks Interesting
It is expected that Toyota will launch the subsequent version of the Camry in the next years, most likely as a model year 2024 or 2025 release. There is very little information that is currently known regarding the automobile, including what it will look like, but you won’t hear us moaning in the slightest if it turns out to be something similar to this.
The Toyota Crown Sport Concept, which, from the exterior, looks to be a crossover sedan, has had its dimensions and design modified so that it can be installed on top of the body of the current-generation Camry.
The ninth generation of the Camry featured in the photograph has a striking new front end that features LED headlights fashioned like lobster claws. These headlights are visible at the front end of the vehicle. It also features the same muscular black grille as the Crown Sport Concept, and a vehicle that looked something like this while it was being driven down the road would undoubtedly make a huge impression. The addition of gloss-black wheels not only improves the overall visual presentation of the car but also draws more attention to it.
Additionally, the rear end of the Camry has been modified, and components from the Crown Sport Concept have been included into the design. LED taillights and a light bar are both included in these components. It is not necessary a bad thing that the overall form of the decklid is comparable to the one that can be found on the most recent model; in fact, this is not always the case.
It is general information that the GA-K platform that is used in the current generation of the Toyota Camry will continue to be utilized in the production of the next-generation vehicle. It has been suggested by a number of sources that Toyota may extend the length of the car’s wheelbase in order to increase the amount of room that is available within the automobile.
Wheels reports that Toyota will replace the existing car’s 3.5-liter normally aspirated V6 engine with a new 2.4-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine in the next-generation model. This new engine is expected to produce roughly 265 horsepower (198 kW) and 310 pound-feet (420 Nm) of torque. It has been reported that this adjustment will take place in the powertrain area.