The Toyota Camry has been one of the best-selling models for the company in its entire history.
Special attention is always given to the next generation model and it seems that the 2018 Camry is no different. After having been caught testing on the road a few times earlier this year, it seems that Toyota is gearing up to launch the vehicle at the Detroit auto show in January. However, production will not commence until the end of 2017 thus making the vehicle available for 2018. The Camry is expected tomorrow several of its features from other Toyota models and this includes the interior design, and powertrain.
The platform on which the new car rests, though, will be brand-new. It will form the basis for Toyota’s future models. Since it will be much lighter than the outgoing version, the 2018 Toyota Camry will be able to offer better fuel economy and performance. It is expected to be significantly down on emission figures as a result of boasting new engines. Heavily camouflaged, it would be difficult to make anything out of the 2018 Toyota Camry caught testing on the roads. Recent Toyota models, however, have been following a similar theme when it comes to interior design.
It is certainly not the best interior design by any stretch of the imagination. However, Toyota’s have never been excellent when it comes to design. They do, however, excel when it comes to reliability especially in terms of the powertrain. Even then, the 2018 Toyota Camry is expected to come with elements like LED headlamps. The styling clearly seems to be evolutionary rather than revolutionary, and this has truly been the shape of all Toyota models in recent years.
At present, the Toyota Camry has one of the best layouts in the segment and it is unlikely to be touched upon heavily in the upcoming generation. Some of the few improvements could come in the knobs and switches, while maintaining the quality of the interior will be one of the key aspects for the company. It is widely expected that the new generation Toyota Camry will offer significantly better knee and headroom for rear passengers. Low-priced variants could also be offered along with sparse specifications and features.
A hybrid version of the Toyota Camry is likely to be extremely popular considering the better efficiency that they are offering in recent times. It would result in the 3.5 L V6 motor being taken off the line up.