For the eighth generation Toyota Camry’s design, Toyota has taken a more unified approach. There’s largely the same design serving all markets. The redesigned D-segment sedan measures 4,885 mm in length, 1,840 mm in width and 1,455 mm in height. It has a 2,825 mm wheelbase. It rides on the GA-K version of the TNGA platform.
The latest Toyota Camry is available with 2.0-, 2.5- and 3.5-litre petrol engines globally. Thirdly there is the Hybrid variant which uses a combination of a 2.5-litre petrol engine and an electric motor.
The latest Toyota Camry Hybrid uses the all-new TNGA-based A25A-FX 2.5-litre Dynamic Force engine that produces 178 PS and 221 Nm of torque with the 3NM electric motor that generates 120 PS and 202 Nm of torque. It has an impressive fuel economy rating (JC08 mode) of 33.4 km/l.
On the outside, the sedan features LED headlamps with AHB function, LED fog lamps, 19-inch alloy wheels, LED rear combination lamps, shark-fin antenna and panoramic glass roof. Dual-zone automatic climate control, 7-inch MID, 10-inch colour head-up display, 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system and leather-trimmed seats and steering wheel are among the interior highlights.
The eighth generation Toyota Camry will likely go on sale in ASEAN markets in the last quarter of the calender year. Toyota is testing the latest model in Thailand as well. In India, it may arrive in the first half of 2019.
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