New Cars and Bikes in India
Expected Launch: Feb 2019
₹ 28.5 - 31.3 Lakh
Expected Price

About New Toyota Camry

The eighth generation of the Toyota Camry has already made its debut in the US and we expect it to come to India too next year. The new Toyota Camry is built on the Toyota’s New Global Architecture platform. The India-bound Camry features fog lamps which are set a little lower on the front bumper. The headlamps too lose the amber-coloured strips which are there in the US-spec Camry.

New Toyota Camry Preview

India has been a good market for the Toyota Camry and we await the next generation model which will hit our shores in 2019.The front end is different with the India-spec Camry getting a nice and bold V-shaped grille and a single-unit air dam instead of a split air dam on the US-spec model. When launched, the new Camry will take on its traditional rivals such as the new Accord hybrid, Skoda Superb and the upcoming Volkswagen Passat. The eighth generation Camry is based on Toyota New Global Architecture platform and so expect it to be rigid in its setup as also new powertrains. The Camry gets a massive body coloured grille takes prominence on the model, flanked by full-LED headlights while a single frame lower grille extends into the bumper. The front seems to take inspiration from the premium Lexus sedans, a trend we've seen since the past two generations of the model.The Asian-spec Toyota Camry is distinctly different from the American version. The US version of the sedan gets a sportier tone to match the market requirements, even though the automaker continues to build it like a lavish three-box saloon. With respect to dimensions, the India bound next generation Toyota Camry will measure 4879 mm in length, 1838 mm in width and 1445 mm in height. This makes the new model longer and wider than the current one, while the height has been trimmed by a few mm. The wheelbase is said to measure at 2824 mm, which is 49 mm longer over the present model. The all-new 2018 Toyota Camry will be the latest model from the automaker to be based on the TNGA modular platform. Powertrain options will include the 2.5-litre petrol on the standard version, while the Hybrid model will continue to use the 2.5-litre petrol with Atkinson cycle engine, paired to an electric motor. Both versions will come paired to a Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT).

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New Toyota Camry News

  • Toyota Camry TRD To Be Showcased At The LA Auto Show

    Toyota will be showcasing two new performance-oriented TRD models at the upcoming Los Angeles Auto Show. Based on the teaser released by the company, the models will the new Toyota Camry TRD and the Avalon TRD.
  • Next-Gen Toyota Camry Spotted Testing In India

    Images of the next-generation Toyota Camry have recently surfaced online in its near-production guise. The new Camry is already on sale in the global markets, and sighting of the car in India indicates that Toyota might be considering launching the car in India, possibly in 2019.
  • Next-Gen Toyota Camry Spotted Testing In India

    Images of the next-gen Toyota Camry sedan have recently surfaced online, and these are the clearest images of the prototype model that we have seen so far. The new eight-generation Camry has already made its global debut, and the fact that Toyota has started testing the car in India indicates that the launch in nearer than we expect.
  • 2018 Toyota Camry Hybrid Introduced In India With New Features

    Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM) has silently introduced the updated Camry Hybrid for the 2018 model year. The 2018 Toyota Camry Hybrid remains visually similar to the current model, but it is the feature list that has seen plenty of new additions on the full-size sedan. The 2018 edition is priced at Rs. 37.22 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).
  • Toyota Camry Hybrid Production Stopped In India. Here's Why

    Toyota said the sudden price rise of hybrid vehicles under the GST regime impacted the demand for the Camry Hybrid in India. However, the company also said that they will monitor the situation and ramp up the production accordingly.