One-Off Custom 2010 Toyota Camry NASCAR Edition Built From Scratch


Possibly the world’s most expensive Camry; definitely the most powerful.

Built in collaboration with TRD, RK Motors drew on all their fabrication skills in building this show-stopping custom that packs NASCAR-levels of power in a stylish 2-door coupe. With a $299,900 price tag it may well be the world's most expensive Toyota Camry. Fabricated entirely in steel by RK Motor's metalsmiths, several racecar features were installed including a custom NASCAR-inspired bodykit, Toyota grille, carbon-fiber brake ducts with fog lights, and TRD emblems.

A NASCAR-inspired side exhaust system and faired-in deck lid spoiler also feature, while a show-quality two-tone paint job is perfect for the car's muscular body, which houses a powerful TRD NASCAR V8 displacing 358 cubic inches and delivering 680hp. The engine is mated to a Tremec T-56 Magnum six-speed manual transmission with a Ram dual-disc street clutch, and racer handling is achieved via modified MacPherson struts and a Venza-modified multi-link independent rear suspension. A custom three-inch exhaust with X-pipe, custom side exhaust tips, and 20-inch TSW Jarama alloys are other highlights of the exterior.

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Inside the NASCAR is more street than race car, with leather-covered door panels, suede headliner, leather-covered power seats, two-tone leather to match the paint scheme, billet shifter and SPEK gauges, and a sound system by Pioneer and Boston Acoustics. For more information about the NASCAR Camry follow the attached link.