Hold on, the Camry Hybrid's been around for 50 years? Well, no. And it's really only been a couple of decades for the Camry badge. (Let's hear it for ambiguous press release headlines.) In truth, Toyota's new 50th Anniversary Edition Camry celebrates 50 years of Toyota doing business in the US. At base, it's a spec'ed-up Camry Hybrid. Outside are 16" alloys with a graphite finish, a Blizzard Pearl paint job; inside is a voice-activated DVD nav system with a four-disc changer, leather-trimmed bisque-colored interior, heated front seats, and a carpeted cargo mat. All that and a few plaques designating its place in history. C'mon collectors, this one may be worth the same in 50 years as it is now. Sounds like a deal at $31,680.
Toyota Announces Pricing For Camry Hybrid 50th Anniversary Edition
February 20, 2007 - Torrance, CA - Toyota Motor Sales (TMS), U.S.A., Inc., today announced manufacturer's suggested retail price (MSRP) for the 2007 Camry Hybrid 50th Anniversary Edition. The limited edition Camry Hybrid celebrates Toyota's 50 years of business in the United States.
This specially badged Camry Hybrid comes with features exclusive only to the 50th Anniversary Edition. Its stunning Blizzard Pearl paint, unique 16-inch alloy wheels with a graphite finish, and exterior "50th Anniversary Edition" badging are just some of the 50th Anniversary exclusives not available on any other Camry. A power moonroof and heated power outside mirrors are also standard.
Inside, the Camry Hybrid is equipped with a voice-activated DVD navigation system with a four-disc changer, leather-trimmed bisque-colored interior, heated front seats, and a carpeted cargo mat. Unique interior features include brushed stainless dash appliqu , illuminated front door sills, and carpeted floor mats with the "50th Anniversary Edition" logo.
Only 3,000 units will be built at Toyota Motor Manufacturing in Kentucky. The 50th Anniversary Edition will carry a base manufacturer's suggested retail price (MSRP) of $31,680 and will start arriving at Toyota dealerships in March.