A Toyota Camry LE sedan, Spotted in China in the Dongba area in the far eastern regions of Beijing. The vehicle was in a very good shape; clean to the crazy, completely original down to the wheel covers, undamaged and no rust in sight.
A very big and very blue XV10 Toyota Camry LE wagon, seen in the great city of Suzhou in Jiangsu Province. The XV10 Camry was made from 1991 until 1996, it was never officially exported to China so meeting one is a rare pleasure, and seeing a wagon is almost a miracle.
The hybrid Toyota Camry HEV will be launched on the China car market on May 21. Price is expected to start around 320.000 yuan. It is the first time Toyota is selling the hybrid Camry in China, which is still a very difficult market for hybrids and even more so for electric cars.
The new Toyota Camry was listed on the Chinese car market in December last year. The old Camry however didn’t die just yet, it will continue as the ‘Camry Classical’, it will be listed late this month.
In august we brought you a sensational story about a Volkswagen dealer in Daqing who used naked girls to get car buyers interested. Today we have another one, a Toyota dealer in Shanghai who hired one very naked girl to sell some Camry’s. Not sure how many he sold but his building was packed with ‘journalist’ and ‘car buyers’ in no time. Girl seems very cool.
The new Toyota Camry debuted in China in early November. The new car will be listed before the end of the year, sometime in late December. Price will start around 190.000 yuan. The Camry is made in China by the Guangzhou-Toyota joint venture. Via: Autohome.
The new Toyota Camry was officially launched on the China car market yesterday. It comes in two kinds: the standard ‘Camry’ (pictured) and a sporty ‘Camry SE’. The new ‘Camry HEV’ hybrid is based on a standard car. The Camries, including the hybrid, are made in China by the Guangzhou-Toyota joint venture.
The new China-spec Toyota Camry will debut at the Guangzhou Auto Show that starts at the end of this month. The Camry is made in China by the Guangzhou-Toyota joint venture. The China-spec car seems very similar to the European Camry. The spy shots come from a Toyota dealer meeting at what appears to be a race track somewhere in southern China. Camry being a race car indeed.
An almost timewarp 1985 Toyota Camry still going strong in China. The owner is very happy with his car and dropped a load of pics on the interwebs where we found ‘m. The Camry was made in Japan from 1982 until 1986, its designation was ‘V10’.
This example was imported into Shanghai in 1985 and sold for 40.000 US dollars. After a while in Shanghai it moved to the cold North East, stayed there for several years and moved all the way to Guangzhou in the South West where is still resides today. This car is a traveler for sure!