History of the Toyota Camry Solara
In September 2001, the 2002 model year Toyota Camry was released as a larger sedan (taking styling cues from the successful Vitz, Corolla, and Solara), but without a station wagon for the first time. Due to station wagons losing popularity to minivan and crossover SUVs, the Camry wagon was replaced by the Sienna minivan, the Venza crossover, (both in North America only) and the Highlander SUV, which are all the three vehicles utilizing the Camry's platform.
Camry Solara aka Daihatsu Altis @ Sixth generation (ACV30, MCV30; From Year 2001–2006)
Main article: Toyota Camry Solara
Until the 2003 model year, the Camry Solara remained on the sixth generation chassis, and received only minor styling upgrades to the front and rear ends. However, the Solara did receive the same 2.4-liter 2AZ-FE I4 engine that was available on the Camry sedan.