The new-generation Toyota Camry is reported to launch in January, 2019.
Toyota Kirloskar Motor has pulled the plug on the Camry luxury sedan from the Indian market. The company’s has removed the Toyota Camry from its official website. According to a report, the Japanese carmaker might bring in the eighth-generation model of the sedan in January 2019. Just so you know, the next-gen Toyota Camry made its global debut at the 2017 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Read: Toyota Alphard MPV – 5 Things To Know
Recently, the carmaker unveiled the ASEAN-spec Toyota Camry with comprehensive design and feature upgrades and two powertrain options. The same model will also make its way to India. The new Toyota Camry 2019 is built on the TNGA (Toyota New Global Architecture) platform that also underpins the Toyota Innova Crysta MPV and the Fortuner SUV. Compared to the predecessor, the new model is longer, wider and taller.
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Face of the new Toyota Camry 2019 is dominated by a newly-designed black honeycomb pattern grille, sharper projector headlamps with LED DRLs, well-sculpted bumper, revised hood massive air dam with black chrome. Read – New Toyota Fortuner Under Development
Other design changes include shaper character lines, newly-designed alloys, slightly sloping roofline, new ORVMs, two-piece LED taillamps, skid plate and quad exhaust setup. Interior has also received a major makeover. It gets an all-new driver-oriented dashboard with a touchscreen infotainment system along with two large horizontal AC vents. Read – New Toyota Innova Crysta Launch Details Revealed
In India, the new Toyota Camry 2019 will continue to feature a 2.5-litre petrol engine. The hybrid model will use the same 2.5L petrol unit with Atkinson cycle paired to an electric motor. Both powertrains will come with the CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission) gearbox.
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