The next generation Toyota Camry sedan has been spotted testing in the United States.
The 2018 Camry is expected to sit on the company's new 'Toyota New Global Architecture' (TNGA) modular platform that also underpins the new Toyota Prius.
The test mule was spotted testing under some rather heavy camouflage as Toyota aims to keep its details away from prying eyes.
And it would seem that extra cladding which runs from one end to the other has done its job at hiding the body lines of the new Toyota sedan from even the best of the automotive paparazzi.
Unfortunately for Toyota, somebody may have just been a bit lazy with the camo at the front as it does reveal a grille that is almost identical to the one currently found on the front of the current Camry. However, the Toyota badge does seem to be a bit larger and does seem to stick out a bit.
Under the hood, Toyota is expected to ditch the range-topping V6 for a turbocharged 2.0-litre four-pot. The base Camry will retain the naturally aspirated 2.5-litre four cylinder engine though we do expect it to get a bit more power. The Camry Hybrid will also be retained.
The new Camry is expected to go on sale in the US in 2017 which means that it should arrive in India the same year or in early 2018.