The Camry is a family car built by Toyota. It is one of the most common cars in North America. It is a mid-sized car, larger than the more compact Corolla.
Its trim levels have simple two-letter names like LE and SE.
The letters in the name "Camry" can be rearranged to spell out "My Car". Toyota used this in their advertising for a while in the early/mid 2000s.
The Camry was the first car built by a company based outside of United States to compete in NASCAR.