Keep in mind most car manufacturers produce many different interior variations and colors for each generation of the vehicle. This variation makes matching an existing interior difficult, but it is not impossible if the pattern and materials can be matched closely enough.
Most OEM manufacturers will produce several seating configurations per vehicle. In 2010, Toyota built the Camry with at least 3 different seating configurations for the US domestic market. Each seating configuration has to be patterned and produced as a separate/independent pattern number. This can vary based on the manufacturer, model, or even model trim.
It is also common for manufacturers to build a factory cloth and factory leather version of each seating configuration. These versions are many times identical, but there are cases where the factory cloth version and the factory leather version are completely different in dimensions, attachment points, and style. LeatherSeats.com generally patterns the factory cloth versions for our kits, so for a few interiors where the factory cloth and factory leather are completely different, we might not have the applicable pattern.
However, always call us to check. Some of these factory leather and factory cloth versions produced by the manufacturers are the same in dimensions and attachment points but are only different in style. This is much more common and can be very conspicuous or very subtle. In these cases that both cloth and leather versions of the pattern will work interchangeably, but the styling or cosmetic pattern of the upholstery will be different. As a result of this issue, we request that any partial interior inquiries contact our upholstery professionals for more compatibility information.