Teaser: First Official Partial Photo of the 2012 Toyota Camry

Teaser

Toyota teases upcoming Camry through their social networking sites of Twitter and Facebook.

Toyota is very anxious to show off their all-new Camry as they have unveiled a new teaser shot via social media outlet Twitter. The Japanese automaker has now released a cropped photo of the upcoming 2012 Camry and based on what we can see from here, it's clear that Toyota has attempted to give their long-running family sedan a styled makeover. What they have shown us are more aggressive headlights, darker lenses, chrome trim and a painted grille.

We don't know exactly when Toyota plans on revealing the entire car, but it will likely go on sale in late 2011 or early 2012. As with the current model, a hybrid option will continue along with the regular lineup of gasoline engines.

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