The next model year will see Toyota’s popular crossover, the Camry and its hatchback sibling the Corolla, making their way into the US market.
Toyota will be making the crossover available for purchase in the US on January 21, and its US dealerships are opening the doors on the vehicle this week.
The Toyota Camry will be available for the first time in North America, and it will also be the first vehicle in the Japanese automaker’s lineup to make its way to Europe.
The Camry is Toyota’s most successful vehicle to date, with sales in the United States surpassing that of the Toyota Highlander and Ford Escape in 2014.
The Camry was launched in Japan back in 2005, and since then the crossover has enjoyed a cult following.
Toyota’s strategy of selling its compact crossover in the states has paid off, with US sales of the Camrys have soared since the introduction of the Corollas, and the crossover was the bestselling car in the U.S. in the third quarter of 2015.
Toyota also recently announced that the Camys version of the Prius will be the next model to enter the market.
The hatchback, meanwhile, will be made available in the UK later this year.
The UK is a particularly popular market for Toyota, which is known for its affordable cars, and both the Camries and Corollars have enjoyed success in that market.
While Toyota has made a big push into the UK over the past couple of years, its hatchbacks have only made up a small percentage of its total vehicle sales.
Toyota plans to introduce more hatchback versions of the crossover in future, but the Camaros will be its first.
Toyota is also introducing its brand new Corolla sedan in the next few months.
The Corolla is expected to go on sale in the fall of 2019, and will be a crossover that will be able to compete with the Lexus ES350, as well as the BMW X5.