Last modified: 04/22/14
The 2015 Toyota Camry, unveiled at the 2014 New York auto show, reflects significantly more change than is typical for a car thatís been spruced up halfway through a five-year cycle.
The freshened Camry is nearly two inches longer, due to more protruding fascias. A half-inch wider track helps with stability and handling. The doors have additional spot welds to provide better body rigidity.
The Camry now shares the yawning front-grille styling also seen with the Corolla sedan and Highlander crossover. The slab-sided doors remain, although all trim levels have a swoopy scalloping extending upward from the rocker panels into the rear doors.
All exterior sheet metal panels were changed except for the roof.
Inside, the instrument panel now features a four-inch information screen. Window and door seals have been improved, and the carpets have 30 percent more insulating material, to keep out road and wind noise.
It goes on sale in the fall.
|Segment: Mid-sized||Powertrain: Conventional (gasoline)|
|Release Year: 2014||New Product Category: Freshen |
|Drive: FWD|| |