Discussion in 'Monster Energy Series Paint Schemes' started by shaneshine23, Jan 10, 2017.
Looks like a good machine!
That looks badass.
I love it!
That's very formidable look!
It's interesting how the body model changes in a paint scheme...The body release of the 2018 Toyota Camry with those red and white colors made me sick and IMO it was ugly as hell, but this car with this paint scheme is beautiful....Love it!
Good scheme, I like it!
That suits the new body perfectly. I still don't like the font "Camry" is though.
Still don't like how the front end still looks like it's in the middle of transforming...but the amount of black on the front end helps it. Scheme isn't bad, kinda simple but it gets the job done.
That's a pretty concrete scheme.
I knew a real paint scheme would help out the look of the new body. I think this is a very solid paint!
Minus the ugly ass new Camry, that looks pretty good
looks good. this design kinda helps that the Camry front doesn't look so bad anymore lol
Video reveal of the #20 DeWalt Tools Toyota Camry for Matt Kenseth this season (skip to 3:11 in the video to see the entire scheme):
According to Jayski, Interstate Batteries will sponsor Kenseth in the Clash.
Interstate Batteries will kick off its 26th season with Joe Gibbs Racing as part of Saturday night's Advanced Auto Parts Clash at Daytona International Speedway. It will be the first time in 12 years that the brand will be part of the event that serves as the unofficial season opener to the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. And the company is doing it in a big way, serving as the primary sponsor of the #20 JGR Toyota Camry entry and driver Matt Kenseth. Interstate Batteries has been a sponsor on the #18 JGR Toyota with driver Kyle Busch for select Cup Series races during the last nine NASCAR seasons but has not made a start in the annual Clash at Daytona since 2005. Prior to that, the brand had appeared on the #18 JGR entry with 2000 Cup Series champ Bobby Labonte, who made 10 straight starts in the Clash from 1994 to 2005 as the driver of the Interstate Batteries car.(JGR)(2-14-2017)
I'm excited to see the #20 have interstate batteries on board!
Looks like Erik Jones' old ride
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