From TRD website:

For the first time in Toyota’s NASCAR history, the manufacturer will run the TRD Camry nameplate in NASCAR’s highest division – the NASCAR Cup Series (NCS). The new TRD Camry, which will make its debut in the 2022 Daytona 500, debuted on Wednesday for motorsports fans around the world.

Toyota, TRD (Toyota Racing Development, U.S.A.) and Calty Design have worked together to ensure as many body styling characteristics as possible are incorporated into the Toyota TRD Camry Next Gen so it closely resembles its production counterpart. From the grill to the spoiler and everywhere in between, the Next Gen TRD Camry race car has the most body styling attributes to its production counterpart than ever before in a NCS Camry. This is a practice that Toyota and TRD have employed since the development of the 2013 Camry in NCS competition. This new machine will have many upgrades and changes from the previous Gen6 car. Visually, fans will notice the new 18” wheels instantly, with a single, larger lug-nut to hold the tire on. The TRD Camry will feature an independent rear suspension and composite body. The redesigned chassis features new front and rear bumpers, and hood exits incorporated to assist with engine cooling.

The TRD Camry will also feature additional upgrades in driver safety with the driver positioned closer to the center line of the car, along with additional roll bars and updates to the form-fitted foam insert.

The all-new Toyota TRD Camry NextGen race car will continue testing for the balance of the year, with its official NASCAR debut taking place at Daytona International Speedway for the Daytona 500 in February 2022.

Read at TRD website.

Watch the reveal below: