A year after its global reveal, Toyota has launched the new Camry in India for the price of Rs 36.95 lakhs (ex-showroom Delhi). The eight-generation Camry moves to a new global platform thus growing in size while the all-new cabin now comes with a host of new features. The flagship sedan is available in a single hybrid trim in India.
The new-gen Camry is now based on Toyotas versatile TNGA platform which also underpins the new Lexus ES. Styling wise, the new Camry is now a lot more aggressive than the model it replaces thanks to its new gaping grille up front. The new imposing front horizontal louvres for the large lower grille and there is a sleek upper grille where the logo is fixed. Toyota calls this as the new ‘Keen Look’ design language.
The headlights are sleek and swept-back LED and have boomerang-like three-bar DRLs. In profile, the sedan is elongated and has clean lines. The rear houses a sleeker pair of taillights which extends on to the tailgate and looks very European. The 17-inch multi-spoke alloy wheels are simple and match the overall design of the Camry.
The cabin of the Camry is now modern in terms of design and features. The driver-focused cabin has a new eight-inch touchscreen unit dominating the
Under the hood of the new Camry is the same