As is currently the case, the entry-level Altise will be targeted towards fleets. A new multi-tiered Atara range is aimed at private buyers and user choosers. The car seen in this photo set is an Atara SX.
The new Camry's on sale in the US, but won't be in Australian showrooms until the end of November. Hence, the blacked out windows; Toyota Australia wants to keep local equipment specifications under wraps for now.
Until then, here's a look at the interior of a US-spec Camry. Features available in the US include keyless entry and start, cruise control, Bluetooth hands-free, climate control, the new Entune entertainment and nav system and a stitched leather dashboard.
As with the current generation of the car, the Camry will be exclusively powered by a four-cylinder engine. V6 versions will wear the Aurion badge, and feature different front- and rear-end styling from the Asia/Russia/Japan version of the Camry. The screenshot above is the version of the Camry that will soon go on sale in Ukraine.
Did you know that Camry means crown in Japanese? Well, either way, hang on to your hats or crowns, because Atara translates to crown in Hebrew and means new in Japanese. For bonus points, you can remind your friends that the Crown was one of the first sedans produced by Toyota, and that modern versions of that car can be seen in taxi fleets across Hong Kong, Singapore and Japan.