A MAJOR car brand has teased a new relaunch, as it ditches petrol-only motors.
Toyota has given hints of a new model soon to roll off production lines in a boost to the electric vehicle market.
Reports suggest the Japanese car-maker could be about to unveil a new edition of its Camry model which was last updated in 2018.
The firm released a shadowy image of an unidentified make of car, suggesting a new announcement was on the way.
Toyota accompanied it online with the words, "A new dawn is coming", before adding only: "Can you guess what's on the horizon?"
Potential plans for a new version of the mid-size sedan Camry come as the company continues to move away from petrol-only cars, with developments such as its newest hybrid C-HR.
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The Camry could relaunch with a new hybrid power train, according to Top Gear.
Speculation suggests a new Camry could be unveiled at the 2023 Los Angeles Auto Show next month.
The expected move comes despite widespread concerns raised about EVs – including doubts about battery performance, insurance costs and a shortage of charging points.
But supporters say they bring environmental benefits through not pumping out petrol carbon emissions and could bring down costs for motorists in the long-term.
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In June last year Toyota issued a global recall for its first all-electric vehicle, due to problems with its wheels.
Meanwhile, Toyota chairman Akio Toyoda has this month suggested its Celica sports car model could make a return after two decades away.
An immaculate Toyota 2000GT coupe which featured in blockbuster James Bond movie You Only Live Twice recently sold for an eye-watering price.
A veteran mechanic has advised on both the worst and best Toyotas to go for.
He also this month warned the company was making a mistake by changes being made to its Highlander model.
But another motors expert, from Walsall in the West Midlands, picked out another Toyota make as the quickest to service.
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