Toyota’s NASCAR Cup Series teams will sport a new car when they take to the track in 2024, Toyota announced Nov. 27.
The new Toyota Camry for the Cup Series was designed to emulate the car company’s 2025 Toyota Camry XSE.
“The foundation of Toyota’s presence in NASCAR is our commitment to continuous improvement on and off the race track,” TRD President David Wilson said in a release. “Our Camry XSE race car reinforces that mantra and accurately reflects the key design attributes of the all-new production Toyota Camry.
“As we prepare for the 2024 season, we look forward to working closely with our race team partners to optimize the performance of the newly-designed Camry race car so we can continue our legacy of leading laps, winning races and competing for championships with the Camry nameplate.”
Toyota currently has eight full-time Cup teams announced for 2024, with Joe Gibbs Racing’s four entries and 23XI Racing’s two joined by the addition of Legacy Motor Club’s two cars for 2024. 23XI and Legacy both also fielded part-time entries in 2023.
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