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If you're looking into cars like the BMW M4 or Ford F-150, it should come as no surprise that these vehicles can be heavily modified.

But, for some reason, it always baffles me when something pedestrian gets some extensive reworking done to it.

One fine example would be the Toyota Camry, which is considered a "beige car." You know, something just to shuttle folks from point "A" to point "B." 

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These SEMA show cars, on the other hand, don't know anything about being hidden from the crowd.

That said, when I got a glimpse at these two all-new Camrys, I knew I had to share them with you. It sort of reminds me of what Nissan was able to accomplish by pivoting the Maxima to a more sporting side. Although it seems Toyota is showing another side of the Camry, it may have some work to do especially around the nameplate's brand image.


The 2017 SEMA photo galleries are sponsored by Lexus.

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#SEMA2017: Mods In Unexpected Places — The All-new Toyota Camry Gets An EXTREME Make Over

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