2018 Toyota Camry _ Toyota is apparently playing the safe when it comes to design and performance. The latest evidence of the Japanese manufacturer’s sporting intentions comes in the form of the all-new 2018 Camry, making its world debut at the Detroit 2017 Motor Show. The eighth generation of Toyota’s best-selling sedan carries a more attractive, While the chassis changes promise to offer a more exciting character. To look at the piece, the new Camry is lower, wider and more curved, with a smoother, more aerodynamic profile.
2018 Toyota Camry Exterior
The 2018 Toyota Camry seems to boast of new front and rear bumpers, a quad exhaust system, LED headlights and side skirts. The wheels seem to be unique with three-spoke, five-spoke black wheels. Leaving the TRD behind, the entire car will change. Some have suggested first that the new Camry will undergo only mild cosmetic changes. Well, that’s just not true. Instead, the new car has a completely new shape that takes much closer to a coupe than before. The front end is similar but the rear sports a large raked window and a completely new bumper design. The new Toyota Camry also seems to boast of a longer wheelbase than before and it could be wider as well.
2018 Toyota Camry Interior
For the cabin of the2018 Toyota Camry, the lens was a practical but still attractive design. Thanks to the new platform, the seats are positioned lower on the ground. And this sports theme is reinforced by a dash whose controls are inclined towards the driver. Soft touch materials are used everywhere. The main instrument group gets a 7.0-inch screen while an 8.0-inch screen is in the center of the dashboard and serves as the main hub for infotainment. A standard safety package includes useful features such as collision warning, pedestrian detection, adaptive cruise control and blind and rear warning of cross traffic.
2018 Toyota Camry Engine
The 2018 Toyota Camry will come with three new powertrains: a 3.5-liter V6, a new all-new 2.5-liter four-cylinder and a hybrid system. In particular, the hybrid system battery has been moved from the trunk to the rear seat for better vehicle handling. As many competitors like the Chevrolet Malibu, Hyundai Sonata and Kia Optima have turned four-cylinder turbocharged as an option to upgrade the engine, the Camry will stick with a 3.5-liter V6 upgrade. The output figures are not yet available, but it should puncture at about 268 horsepower.