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Updated: 2012 Toyota Camry Teased On Twitter, Facebook

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2012 Toyota Camry Teaser

2012 Toyota Camry Teaser

Update: Toyota has released yet another teaser shot today.

While we drove the new 2012 Toyota Camry last week, we're still under a first-drive embargo until later this month. That won't stop us from bringing you this photo, though.

Toyota just posted a sneak peek at the front end of the new 2012 Camry on Twitter and Facebook. The photo appears to be of the sportier SE model, with the painted grille being the giveaway. The headlights are slightly more aggressive, with blackened lenses, and chrome trim is kept to a minimum.

To date, we've seen a hybrid battery pack being placed into the new Camry on the assembly line, and were able to determine the hybrid version will still use traditional, decade-old nickel-metal-hydride batteries.

Stay tuned for more updates on the 2012 Toyota Camry later in the month.

2012 Toyota Camry

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  1. Well, I WILL say that she's got a nice set of headlights!!!!!
     
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  2. Back end looks like a Galant. Are they back into copy catting?
     
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  3. looks to be typical Toyota; a little more "edgy" that the current generation but nothing to up the "WOW" factor such as Hyundai and Kia have done recently with the Sonata and Optima sedans. Boring is as Boring does. It's just not enough to be seen as "reliable", as leading consumer magazines have shown that it's a pretty even playing field among this segment. But they will still sell a ton of them because Joe Q Consumer just wants to get from Point A to Point B with a minimum of fuss. It doesn't have to be stylish, just not fugly.
     
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  4. many of these models styles are 2 and 3 or 4 years old before they come to the US. Toyota is no copy cat. the are the bench mark for all car manufactures. then again you see other bands that want to look like luxury European cars.
     
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