Toyota will launch its new Camry sedan in India on August 24, 2012. The new Camry will be launched in New Delhi and will directly compete with the Honda Accord. It will come only with a petrol engine.
The new Camry will be powered by a 2.5-litre petrol motor that churns out 167 Bhp of power and is mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission.
The new Camry will have a more squared off design than the current model. It gets a new radiator grille with six horizontal chrome slats and new headlamps. It also sports new fog lamps, an aggressively styled bonnet and sporty bumpers. The rear of the car sports a new tail lamp cluster along with a thick horizontal chrome slat on the boot. Read more: New Toyota Camry for India this year: A Photo Gallery from Auto Expo
In profile the new Camry looks a lot like the present model and is virtually unaltered, although the slope of the roofline is more drastic and pronounced. On the interiors front it is familiar Camry territory with the same luxurious look and feel though there are some quality improvements. Also read: New Toyota Camry spied testing
When launched, the new Camry will compete with segment leaders like the Skoda Superb, Honda Accord, Hyundai Sonata and the Volkswagen Passat. Toyota will likely assemble the new Camry locally (via the CKD route), which will bring down the price of the car drastically. The current model of the Camry falls in the price range of Rs. 21.58 lakh – Rs. 23.73 lakh, ex-showroom, Delhi.