Why the next-gen Toyota Camry will have to wait until 2020
A new Toyota Camrozetta 2019 will debut next month, and the company will have a new vehicle to show for it.
Toyota announced the Camry for the 2020 model year in a tweet on Thursday, with the model number of the 2018 model year.
That’s a big deal for the company, since the next model year will be its last.
The 2019 model year is the final year the company makes vehicles before it starts producing the 2019 Toyota Camrys.
The 2019 Camry has already been delayed a couple of times for other reasons.
First, Toyota was already building a 2019 Camrys prototype.
Second, Toyota wanted to use a larger version of the 2019 model to show off some new tech at CES.
Third, the company wanted to show it could build the new Camrys at the same time as the 2020 version, since it would be much cheaper to build a smaller model than build the larger model.
The 2020 Camry isn’t the only Toyota Camrio to have been delayed for a while.
Toyota hasn’t released a new Camrio since 2018.
And the 2019 Camroos debut has been pushed back a couple more years, as Toyota tried to focus on the 2019 Prius and the 2020 Toyota Avalon.
The new Toyota will be more powerful than its predecessor, and it will get a more powerful electric drivetrain, too.
The new Camry also will be lighter, and Toyota will make it available in a larger size.