2018 Camry sedan is Toyota’s latest attempt to revamp its image. They had to confront some severe performance anxiety. It is signs that Americans are continuing to abandon mid-size sedans, and the reality that the current. The 2018 Toyota Camry is the eighth generation of the best-selling mid-size sedan, with more expressive styling and a focus on driving enjoyment as well as its customary virtues. It represents a fundamental shift for the Camry, from its obviously bolder styling and its reimagined dimensions, to the way Toyota says it will be more involving behind the wheel.
2018 Toyota Camry Exterior and Interior Design
Toyota’s eighth generation of the best-selling sedan wears more appealing sheetmetal, while chassis changes promise to deliver a more exciting drive character. The new platform permits a lower beltline, larger glass area and a leaner exterior. A bold Toyota emblem sits proudly on the grille. Up front, we can see more aggressive headlamps that are quite similar to those seen on the new Lexus LX, minus the lower LED strip that gives the latter a Z-shaped layout. Around back, designers attempted to visually push the rear wheels out to emphasize the Camry’s width. There’s the protruding spoiler atop the nicely sculpted trunk lid, the new taillights with vent extensions toward the apron, and the revised bumper with quad exhaust pipes. Redesigned Camry nameplate are designed to convey an upscale identity.
The 2018 Toyota Camry has more cabin space. Toyota wants the new Camry to look and feel more upscale. Designers claim to have taken inspiration from home furnishings as far as textures and tones are concerned. The cockpit style configuration of the dash has the instruments angled towards the driver and the center console features a distinctive waterfall shape. An asymmetrical dash and center stack draws, where an 8 inch touchscreen running the latest Entune infotainment system sits. Toyota also offers technology such as wireless phone charging and a 10 inch colour head-up display for the first time. The rear also benefits from upgraded materials, additional room and more accommodating seating.
2018 Toyota Camry Engine Specs and Performance
Mechanically, the 2018 Camry offers the same familiar powertrains. The base 2.5 liter Dynamic Force inline four has a higher compression ratio, Toyota says it will have higher power and torque ratings, although it has not yet specified those figures. Buyers can upgrade to a similarly more powerful and efficient 3.5 liter V6 engine, the same one that recently debuted in the 2017 Toyota Highlander. Both will be paired to a new eight speed automatic transmission. A four cylinder hybrid will also be available, mated to a continuously variable transmission (CVT) and featuring Toyota’s latest fuel-saving technology.
2018 Toyota Camry Release Date and Price
A firm date has not been set, but all-new 2018 Camry is expected to be available at Toyota dealerships across the country beginning in late summer 2017. Camry pricing estimates include Toyota’s destination fee, which in most areas was start around $24.000 for base of 2018 Toyota Camry.