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50 Shades of Beige: A Visual History of the Toyota Camry

Car and Driver Logo By Joey Capparella, Austin Irwin of Car and Driver | Slide 1 of 18: The Toyota Camry has outsold every other sedan in the United States for 18 years in a row. It's proven as addictive as any popular Netflix series, and people continue to binge on this reliable performer year after year. The Camry evolved extensively over its many decades of sales. From its arrival in 1983 until today, we've seen every iteration of a Camry short of a stretch limo. The second-generation Camry added a wagon. In 1994, a coupe model was launched to increase its sporty appeal. In 1999, the Camry dropped its roof and let loose with the convertible Camry Solara. Today you'll find the Camry name competing in NASCAR, or roaming the streets adorned with TRD badges and packing 301 horsepower. Here's a closer look at how this all too familiar vehicle changed throughout its inconspicuous existence:

The Toyota Camry has outsold every other sedan in the United States for 18 years in a row. It's proven as addictive as any popular Netflix series, and people continue to binge on this reliable performer year after year. The Camry evolved extensively over its many decades of sales. From its arrival in 1983 until today, we've seen every iteration of a Camry short of a stretch limo. The second-generation Camry added a wagon. In 1994, a coupe model was launched to increase its sporty appeal. In 1999, the Camry dropped its roof and let loose with the convertible Camry Solara. Today you'll find the Camry name competing in NASCAR, or roaming the streets adorned with TRD badges and packing 301 horsepower. Here's a closer look at how this all too familiar vehicle changed throughout its inconspicuous existence:

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