Toyota has announced a number of updates to its hybrid Camry saloon as part of model year changes.
The Camry was reintroduced to the UK in 2019 as the brand’s largest saloon after a lengthy absence, but this time it’s just sold as a hybrid. Toyota has, however, already announced a number of revisions to the range.
Changes include new finishes for the front grille and bumper, along with new 17- and 18-inch alloy wheel designs.
Inside, the biggest change is the adoption of a new nine-inch touchscreen, which is positioned on the top of the dashboard as if it’s ‘floating’. It has helped to bring more of a modern look to the Camry’s cabin, as previously it featured a seven-inch unit positioned within the dash. The layout has also changed to accommodate it, while Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are both now fitted as standard.
The latest Camry also gains more driver assistance tech as part of the latest Toyota Safety Sense package. It brings lane trace assist to help keep the car centre in the lane, adaptive cruise control, road sign assist and a feature that can recognise oncoming traffic or obstacles as the car turns at a junction, before a driver may have spotted them.
No prices for the updated Camry have been announced, but expect a slight increase on the current car’s £31,020 starting price. It will reach showrooms in Spring 2021.Enquire on a new Toyota Camry