When numbers are on your side, revealing a new vehicle doesn’t get filled with jerks. Already sold more than 10 million cars in US since the past 12 years, the Camry had proven its worth to the automaker as a brand with a strong market presence.
The ongoing 2014 New York Auto Show revealed more beans of a sudden, and the new 2015 Camry broke the cover with a great vengeance. Draped in the red paintjob it was a lavishing lady that was seemed waving hands to its lovers, intimating to be coming soon to showrooms.
End numbers of changes spotted on it with almost every part changed, except the roof; mainly it was the front which had received the complete new avatar of a greater heritance. The radiator grille is all new, expectedly to have been taken from the Toyota’s niche brand Lexus. It was reported the Japanese carmaker had featured approximately 2,000 new parts on the 2015 Camry, and had made it is slightly longer and wider, based on stiffer chassis, and firmly grounded with a retuned suspension. An electric power steering for the new saga escorted with by a new two-stage brake booster for improved braking.
Inside, the instrument panel remains the same to that of the existing generation, but the cabin feels softer and more silent with the updates included 30 percent more sound insulation materials. A new 4.2-inch screen is planked in the gauge cluster.
A sporty option in the form of XSE trim is added to the repertoire of 2015 Camry. It is been overlapped with the sport shock absorbers and springs, stiffer bushings, unique stability control programming and 18-inch wheels, with a unique front-end treatment that uses mesh grille inserts.
Nothing much expected to have been changed under the hoods, as Toyota hadn’t lent any confirmations on those flaws. Engine and transmission options remain the same as the existing model.
Expectedly, the 2.5L 4-cylinder or 3.5L V6 married to a 6-speed automatic transmission are doubted to have gotten underneath the bonnet. The Camry Hybrid shall continue with its original 2.5L Atkinson Cycle 4-cylinder with E-CVT.