The Daytona 500 has chosen the new-look 2012 Toyota Camry as their official Pace Car for the 2012 edition of the "Great American Race."
Toyota has just released its redesigned 2012 Camry. The seventh-generation Camry is the latest addition to the Japanese automaker's long-running line of family sedans. The 2012 Daytona 500 will feature the refreshed Camry as their Pace Car. The new Camry has been given a much needed update, designed to add more excitement to the benchmark sedan. The idea is that more equipment and technology will be offered for less money.
Renderings of the official 2012 Camry Pace car have just been released in all its Daytona 500 glory, complete with roof mounted strobe lights for its official pacing duties and a fresh paint job. NASCAR's Daytona 500 is the season opener for their Sprint Cup Series. The best-selling car in America nine year's running will be presented at the "Great American Race" on February 26, 2012.