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The Toyota Camry was launched in the early 1980s as a replacement for the Corona, which was discontinued in 1983.
It was built at the Toyota Takaoka plant in Japan, alongside the Corolla and Tercel models of the time.
The initial models were powered by 1.8- and 2.0-litre engines with rear-wheel-drive until 1986 when a four-wheel drive system became an option.
1.6-litre engines were added to the range from 1990 to 1997, with a 1.8-litre engine added from 1993 and a 2.2-litre engine joined the range from 1994 to 1997.
Since its launch, several generations of the Camry have been produced, with each becoming increasingly different than the previous.
The name "Camry" was derived from the Japanese "kanmuri", meaning "crown" and referred to the shape of its roofline.
Originally the first-generation car was released in the five original trim packages: XL, ST, XS, SX, and SE.
In Japan, it was exclusive to Toyota Corolla Store locations.
When production began, the Camry became the largest car that Toyota had ever produced.
The market response was positive, and it outsold the Corona comfortably, with sales of 424,000 units for the first full year of sales in Japan rising to 636,000 units sold during 1985 and peaking in 1989 at 810,000 units