The new-generation Toyota Camry will hit Indian roads sometime next year.
The new-generation Toyota Camry luxury sedan has been revealed in Thailand. Prices of the saloon start from Rs 1,445,000 baht (around Rs 31.99 lakh) and go up to 1,799,000 baht (around Rs 39.82 lakh). Available in four variants and two engine options, the eighth-generation Camry has witnessed comprehensive upgrades in terms of design and equipment levels. Read – New Toyota Fortuner Under Development
The ASEAN-spec new Toyota Camry features sportier design language similar to the US-spec model. The premium saloon has been designed on the TNGA (Toyota New Global Architecture) platform and measures longer (by 35mm), wider (by 15mm) and taller (by 25mm) than the predecessor. In fact, its wheelbase has also been increased by 50mm, measuring 2,825mm.
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Feature-wise, the new Toyota Camry has lots of comfort goodies to offer. The list of features include a 4.2-inch MID in the instrument cluster, eight-way adjustable power front seat, leather upholstery, keyless entry and start and wireless charging. All these features are standard across the carline. Read – New Toyota Innova Crysta Launch Details Revealed
The top-spec trim is exclusively offered with head-up-display (HUD), triple-zone climate control, lumbar adjustment and ventilated seats in the front, rear reclining seats, on board hotspot (Wi-Fi) and nine airbags.
All variants of the new Toyota Camry get seven airbags, ABS, EBD, rear cross-traffic alert, traction control, hill start control and blind spot monitoring. Other key changes include front and rear LED lights, automatic high beam, lane departure warning, dynamic radar cruise control and pre-collision system. Read: Toyota Alphard MPV – 5 Things To Know
The entry-level variant of the premium sedan uses a 2.0-litre, four-cylinder petrol engine with direct-injection technology. With a 6-speed torque converter automatic gearbox, it produces power worth 167bhp against 199Nm of peak torque. A 2.5-litre Dynamic Force Engine comes with an 8-speed automatic transmission. Its power and torque figures stand at 209bhp and 250Nm respectively. Read: Toyota Rush – Will It Launch In India?
The range-topping trim of the new Toyota Camry sources its power from a 2.5-litre, four-cylinder hybrid motor paired to a CVT gearbox. It can deliver a combined power output of 211bhp and 202Nm of torque. The batteries are fitted beneath the rear passenger seats, thus maintaining a low centre of gravity.
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