The new Camry will start rolling out in the next 2 years and that the project reflects the support of both UMW and Toyota Motor Corp’s support for the NAP (Malaysian National Automotive Policy) which is set to promote localization and that it will surely benefit the local manufacturers here as well. The Camry is still one of the better selling models among its competitors where it is sold here in 3 variants namely the 2.0 E (RM144,900), the 2.0G version at RM154,990 and the top range 2.4 V version (RM174,880).