Camry will be available in five grades: L, LE, XLE, SE and XSE. The sportier SE and XSE grades wear a noticeably different body style than the entry level L and LE, and premium XLE grades, highlighted by a sculpted rocker panel, new 19-inch black machined-finish alloy wheels (standard on XSE and optional on SE) a subtle rear spoiler lip, aggressive front bumper, and rear bumper with a lower diffuser. The face is much more distinctive with large side intakes flanking the lower bumper’s unique “Catamaran-inspired” accents, a high and slim upper intake encompassing the central Toyota badge, and a powerfully expressive gloss black mesh grille. A unique rear bumper with distinctive corner lines and smoke-tinted rear combination lamps highlight the changes at the rear.
Designers sought to make the new Camry sport grades instantly recognizable and appear different from the other models from as far as 200 yards away.
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The styling could almost be called bold as far as Toyota goes. What kind of power does it come with?
301 hp and 267 lb.-feet of torque.
That’s darn decent. Did they tune the suspension in a way that makes it fun also? Or is it still driving appliance kind of stuff? Toyota really needs something exciting in the lineup. The FRS had potential but they let it flop power wise. It’s too bad the Camry is the “fun” car in the brand. Toyota needs a Supra kind of offering IMO.