Watch: Toyota Camry crashes into a parked car in Wisconsin

Toyota Highlanders star Stephen C. Sutton Jr. has died in a crash at the Madison, Wisconsin, toyota dealership.

Sutton was driving a Toyota Camaro when he was struck by a car driven by a teen who fled the scene, according to an obituary posted to the Toyota website.

The Toyota Camrys driver was identified as Daniel S. Lutz, 18, of Green Bay.

“We are all devastated by Stephen’s passing,” Toyota wrote in a statement.

“He was an amazing young man and a true gentleman who loved the outdoors.

We are grateful for the support of all of his friends and fans.”

Toyota is not releasing the name of the teen involved in the crash.

The crash happened at the Toyota dealership on July 24.

Sutton, who starred in the original Toyota Highlander series, was one of four Toyota Highlander drivers to win the series in his career.

In 2006, he won the series for his role as a mechanic in the film, “Toyota Highlander: Live From the Movie.”

He also played the role of the mechanic in a 2012 animated film.

Sutton played the mechanic and father in the TV show “Toyotas Greatest Hits.”

Sutton died on July 26 at the age of 22, the Madison police department said.

“The cause of death is unknown,” the police said.

Toyota said it was “shocked and saddened by the loss of our friend, star and leader Stephen Sutton Jr.,” and was providing counseling services to all of the Toyota Highlander and Toyota Highlander-based drivers.

The Camry is the most popular vehicle in Toyota’s line of SUVs, including the Highlander, the Highlander Sport and the Highlander S.