The estate rendering blends in quite well with the design of the eighth-generation Toyota Camry sedan
Toyota has been a carmaker known for offering an expansive range of vehicles in different body styles in the international markets. But station wagons in the lineup are very restrictive and that is why this digitally imagined Camry estate from Kolesa makes all the sense.
For start, the Camry is one of the top-selling models for the brand across the world and developing a wagon based on the latest generation could attract customers. Just as with any typical estate, the rendering artist has managed to keep the styling identical to the standard Camry up until the B-pillar and behind it the changes occur.
In more cases than one, the station wagons might not have captivating exterior right out of the box but this rendering begs to differ, as the Camry is already a stylish model. The roofline extends to accommodate more interior room and space for occupants elevating the practicality of the standard Camry.
Generally, the popularity of stations wagons has gone down considerably in the last couple of decades due to increased traffic scenarios and the hassle of parking. Toyota, like most of the car brands, has switched to making SUVs and crossovers in large numbers sticking by the latest trends.
Under the Toyota-Suzuki partnership, Suzuki has already been confirmed to receive designated units of Corolla Wagon for the European market. The eighth generation Camry went on sale in India in January 2019 and is based on lighter TNGA platform offering bigger dimensions and low centre of gravity with improved handling.
With the fourth-gen hybrid system and Nickel Metal Hydride battery pack, the new Camry has its fuel efficiency increased by 20 per cent to 23.27 kmpl. The 88 kW electric motor combines with 2.5-litre Dynamic Force petrol engine to produce a maximum power output of 218 PS.