2012 Toyota Camry Solara Coupe Rendered

Rendering

A new Toyota Camry Solara Coupe is possible, but is it necessary?

We here at CarBuzz found the Toyota Camry Solara of yore a bit bland, dull and boring. The convertible had a very grounded reputation of being the car that soccer moms drove after the kids had grown up and left the house. Well if you could imagine what a new Solara would look like as an aggressive coupe, here you go. The rendering seen here in the photo was the work of Theophilus Chin, a man whose name sounds like a mysterious malady of the mentum.

Though however unlikely, Nissan is selling an Altima coupe and Honda sells a two-door version of their family-mobile Accord. Check out the rendering and let us know your thoughts about the revival of an old model.

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