2020 Toyota Camry, Perhaps it is quite early to talk about the appearance of the 2020 Toyota Camry, but the fans have been rather excited to guess and predict what this popular sedan will look like. When it comes to exterior of the 2020 Camry, it will hit the market as a four-door midsize sedan that will look much more modern and attractive than its predecessor. It should be available in more than one trim level again.
Toyota Camry Model
Of course, those top trim levels will be more expensive and better equipped, but even the base model should make you satisfied. The upcoming Camry should keep riding on the same TNGA platform, but this hasn’t been confirmed either. Its front as well as rear fascia is expected to undergo complete redesign. We will probably see its X-shaped grille and powerful LED headlights in the front.
The front end has even been compared to the popular Prius in some ways. In the rear end, the new Camry will reveal its redesigned LED taillights and probably a roof spoiler.Little has been known of the interior that the 2020 Toyota Camry will reveal. However, its true fans mostly know what to expect. Toyota should definitely use some high-quality materials for its seats and other parts of the cabin. The cabin is also expected to be quieter so you can enjoy the ride even more.
Toyota Camry Interior Features
The driver’s seat will be power-adjustable and supportive, especially at high speeds. Of course, the interior equipment will depend on the trim level you choose. The driver should expect a smaller, probably 4.2-inch information display in the instrument cluster and a larger infotainment touch-screen. The other will provide some of the latest high-tech features and connectivity options such as navigation, USB ports, Bluetooth and dual-zone automatic climate control. Safety systems and driver assist features will be upgraded as well.
Toyota Camry Engine Performance
If the 2020 Toyota Camry keeps its current engine options, it means that the base model will come with a 2.5-liter four-cylinder that hits 206 horsepower and 184 pound-feet of torque. The other optional engine choice would be a 3.5-liter V6 that delivers the output of 301 horsepower. As we have already mentioned, its hybrid version has been keenly anticipated as well. However, we are waiting for some official details at the moment.
via : Toyota