It'll be interesting to see if Toyota can at least style this one decently. The current generation is actually not a bad-looking car - I'd even say it's the best Camry, design-wise, after the '92 - but it's let down by the details (bulgy lights and cheap-looking panel fits).
I hope Toyota fixes the interior in the new camry, as everything in the current generation can be taken off with your bare hands.
You're absolutely correct. I took my uncles Hybrid Camary out (brand new) - and was shocked at the gaps / lack of QC on the interior; however I assumed that might have been just his / a fluke. It's certainly not indicative of other Toyota cars that I've been in either.