Can someone please make this 2025 Toyota Camry Widebody a reality?

As for sedans, the new, or rather heavily redesigned 2025 Toyota The Camry presents an imposing figure with a sharp and dramatic design. As it turns out, the new car lends itself quite well to some dramatic modifications as well.

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As customer deliveries of the new Camry have yet to begin, this creation remains firmly in the virtual realm. However, it certainly looks that way thanks to the changes he has made Zephyr Designz. The most significant change to the Toyota is the installation of a widebody kit with dramatically widened arches at the front and rear.

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The front part of the car has also seen significant changes. These start with the presence of a sharp new grille in black, as well as newly shaped air intakes and an enlarged splitter. A more dynamic hood was also installed, which gives Camry surprisingly menacing appearance and if Toyota is to produce a new version of the TRD, or perhaps even the GR Sport or full GR modelit would be smart to take some design inspiration from it.

The changes continue to the sides, where you’ll find a set of S104SC series S1SC wheels from HRE Performance with silver spokes and chrome rims. Zephyr Designz also expanded the skirts. Changes visible at the rear include tinted LED taillights, a spoiler, a prominent diffuser, an F1-inspired third brake light and a set of chrome tailpipes.

Just as we would like to see a high performance version of the new one Camry, we don’t get our hopes up. After all, the facelifted model has abandoned the V6 of the old model and will be sold exclusively as a hybrid with a 2.5-liter inline four supplemented by a pair of electric motors.

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