Toyota Camry Sleeper shown at SEMA image

Toyota has officially introduced the Camry Sleeper at the 2014 SEMA Motor Show, in a premiere.

The Japanese based automaker Toyota has gotten itself prepared for the 2014th edition of the SEMA Motor Show, where the company has officially pulled the wraps off the Camry Sleeper, amongst others. According to the car manufacturer, the model in question is one hot ride as it is looking just like the standard production model but it is coming with an interesting engine under its hood which should be more than enough to grab the attention of any drag race enthusiast.

The brand new Toyota Camry Sleeper is coming with a tubular chassis and it has been equipped with production style alloy wheels, covered in drag racing tires. The most important part of the model is found under its hood, where the 5.7 liter V8 engine is resting. This has been equipped with a TRD supercharger and a wet nitrous system, producing more than 850 HP (633 kW) and being capable of running a quarter mile in approximately 9.8 seconds. No other performance details on the model have been released yet so chances are we will get to see it in the near future once more.