Last summer Toyota decided to kill the slow-selling Camry Solara Coupe, but continued production of the drop-top version. Production of the drop-top Solara stopped in December, but Toyota had hoped to restart production.
“I think there was some hope that eventually during the spring/summer months the market would bear a need,” says TEMA spokesman Rick Hesterberg. “We kept the tooling, just waiting to see, but that never came to fruition.”
It was originally planned that the Solara Convertible would remain in production for another two years since Toyota did not have any other convertibles in its lineup. Apparently there were also some buyers that still desired the car.
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