The Japanese car manufacturer Toyota had received a massive boost in sales through its luxury sedan Camry from 2002 to 2016 back then. Now, it is struggling to retain its aura in the home country of Japan, where the company decided to put a complete full stop and end its production, including a few more countries. However, global production of Toyota Camry will continue.

The big step from Toyota comes after it witnessed a massive downfall in sales of the Camry sedan as people nowadays give more priority to SUVs or hatchbacks. Amid this, there are also reports that surfaced on the internet, claiming that the company is likely to relaunch the Camry in a completely different avatar. The brand has not revealed any details about the same as yet. But, if rumors are to be believed, customers might be able to see the Camry’s next generation in 2024.

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Meanwhile, undoubtedly, Toyota Camry back then was considered one of the top hot-selling products globally. It used to sell more than 600,000 units worldwide. Half of the sales numbers came from the United States despite the fact that the sedan market was losing its shine. Currently, the sedan did not say completely bye as it continues to generate volume for Toyota in more than 100 markets globally including India, where it comes with petrol and petrol-hybrid engine options.

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