The Japanese car manufacturer, Toyota, has announced that its Camry sedan will return to the European market in a hybrid-only version. It's expected in dealerships in Q1 2019.
The Camry hasn't been officially distributed in Western Europe in 14 years. This time around, Toyota's large sedan -- which will replace the Avensis -- will only be landing in a hybrid version with a 2.5-liter four-cylinder gasoline engine and an electric motor.
Aimed at households as well as business fleets, the latest-generation Toyota Camry, launched in 2017, is billed as a spacious and comfortable sedan. With annual sales of more than 700,000 units globally, the Camry remains the world's best-selling three-box sedan.
The Camry Hybrid is set to go on sale across Western Europe from 2019. Pricing has not yet been released.