Toyota launched the all-new Camry in earlier this year. The all-new Camry is priced at Rs. 36.96 lakhs in the market and it takes on the Honda Accord Hybrid in the market. Toyota has released a new TVC of the Camry that highlights all its features.
The all-new Camry is based on the Toyota New Global Architecture-K (TNGA-K), which is a new-age platform of the brand. It is bigger in dimensions when compared to the last-generation Toyota Camry. The all-new is based on the same platform as the Lexus ES 300h, which is a luxury sedan. The all-new Camry looks quite different from the outgoing version of the car and gets latest Toyota design language. The all-new Camry Hybrid looks very aggressive when compared to the last-generation Camry.
The all-new Toyota Camry is available only in a hybrid version unlike the outgoing version, which was also available with a non-hybrid version. Toyota launched only the hybrid version after 70% of sales of the last-generation Camry came in the form of hybrid versions. The all-new Camry gets powered by a 2.5-litre, four-cylinder petrol engine that produces a maximum power of 174 Bhp and a peak torque of 221 Nm. It gets an electric motor that produces an additional 116 Bhp. The combined output of the Toyota Camry Hybrid is 211 Bhp. The car gets same e-CVT transmission, which was available in the previous-generation Camry too. The hybrid Toyota Camry returns a maximum fuel efficiency of 23.27 km/l, which is phenomenal. The all-new Camry gets new-age Toyota Hybrid System II (THS II).
The all-new Toyota Camry gets a long list of features. It gets full-LED headlamps on the outside and features like a sunroof, reclinable rear seats, and control console integrated the rear arm-rest. The Toyota Camry truly feels like a premium vehicle. The sedan also gets an 8.0-inch Heads-Up Display (HUD) that is very informative. It also gets a larger touchscreen infotainment system in the centre of the dashboard. The all-new Camry also gets features like a three-zone climate control system, leather-wrapped steering wheel and leather seats too. Safety-wise, the all-new Camry gets a 9-airbag system along with ABS+EBD, brake assist, traction control system, hill start assist and many more such features.
Toyota also offers a host of other features including a 9-speaker system from JBL, ambient lighting, wooden finish, electrically adjustable driver seat, cruise control and a wireless Qi-enabled phone charger for smartphones.
The Toyota Camry Hybrid is the best-selling vehicle in the segment and has been around for a long time in the Indian market. The all-new Camry Hybrid was launched last year in the global markets but was launched in the Indian market this year. Even though the Camry takes directly on the Honda Accord Hybrid, it has a much higher sales number in the Indian market as it undercuts the Honda Accord by a few lakhs. The Honda Accord is priced at Rs. 43 lakhs in the Indian market.