The 2019 Toyota Camry underpins the new TNGA-K platform, thus making it lighter than the predecessor.
Toyota Kirloskar Motor has finally introduced the new-generation Camry hybrid electric sedan at an introductory price of Rs 36.95 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). In India, the new Toyota Camry 2019 will be brought via CKD (Completely Knocked Down) route, and then assembled at the carmaker’s Bidadi plant in Karnataka. It’s the eighth generation of the Camry that will continue take on the Skoda Superb, Honda Accord Hybrid and Volkswagen Passat. Read – Toyota’s Baleno Based Hatchback Is Coming Soon
The new Toyota Camry 2019 underpins the new TNGA-K (Toyota New Global Architecture) platform, thus making it lighter and more efficient than the predecessor. Compared to the previous generation, the new model is bigger and more spacious. In fact, it sits slightly lower than before providing optimal centre of gravity. Read: Toyota Alphard MPV – 5 Things To Know
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Featuring the ‘Keen Look’ design, the new Toyota Camry 2019 receives new bi-beam LED headlamps with DRLs, a V-shaped above the bumper with signature badge, a pronounced grille with revised upper and lower section and wider airdam with horizontal louvers at the front end. It also gets newly-designed 17-inch alloy wheels. Other highlights include flared fenders, sporty LED taillamps, and a raised boot. Read – New Toyota Fortuner Under Development
Interior of the new Toyota Camry 2019 has been packed with an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system, all-new dashboard, 7-inch instrument cluster, a 10-inch Head-Up-Display, automatic climate control, 9-speaker JBL Dolby audio system, wireless Qi charging, rear armrest and dual USB charging ports. The new Camry is one of the safest cars in its segment offering 10 airbags as standard along with ABS with EBD and several active and passive safety fitments. Read – New Toyota Innova Crysta Launch Details Revealed
At the heart of the new Toyota Camry 2019 is the same 2.5L, four-cylinder petrol engine paired to an 88kW electric motor generating a combined power of 208bhp. The gasoline alone produces power worth 176bhp with 221Nm of torque. The carmaker claims that the new Camry has lower carbon emission and delivers fuel economy of 33.4kmpl. Transmission on offer is a 6-speed CVT unit.
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