Toyota Camry 2018 & what is waiting for you

Updated Sep 28, 2020 | Same topic: Most Updated Car Concept

The US-spec Toyota Camry 2018 comes in with 10 variants and many other goodies.

The US marketplace is always considered as loyal worshippers of the midsize sedan and Camry always is their best choice since its launch 35 years ago. Camry itself has made its own fame by being the best-selling vehicle in the US market for 15 consecutive years, between 2002 and 2016. There is no doubt Camry is crushing the SUV wave.

With the introduction of the Toyota Camry 2018, we have a lot to talk about.

Toyota Camry 2018: Walkaround & Features | Toyota

The first impression it makes may be that the model has two aggressive faces: one with the massive wide-mouthed LE/XLE and the other with a pinched-mouth named SE/XSE. The platform it uses is the fresh TNGA which is wider and longer yet lower than its that of its predecessor.

The US-spec Toyota Camry 2018 comes in with 10 variants. Other goodies can be seen from the above video. Standard across the range is the Toyota Safety Sense P.

Toyota Camry 2018 side view

There is no doubt Camry is crushing the SUV wave

Toyota Camry 2018 Angular front

Pinched mouth named SE/XSE

The all-new Camry is offered with three powertrain options, including:

  • A 3.5L V6 with D-4S fuel injection;
  • A 2.5L “Dynamic Force” 4-cylinder;
  • A next-gen Toyota Hybrid System (THS II).

With a big motor provided, the V6 is said to be capable of delivering 301 hp and 363 Nm of torque. Among those three aforementioned choices, the new Dynamic Force Engine has proved to be the most picked one. It produces 206 hp and 253 Nm of torque at 5,000 rpm, while these figures are 176 hp and 222 Nm for the Hybrid. VVT- iE is used on the intake side while it has VVT- I for the exhaust. A high compression ratio of 13:1 helps the enhanced fuel economy and thermal. An electric motor is used for controlling timing instead of using oil pressure.

Toyota Camry 2018 Interior

The day Asian markets welcome the all-new Camry will not be long

While two petrol engines are connected to a new Direct Shift 8-speed automatic gearbox, the Toyota Camry 2018 hybrid is offered with a CVT featuring an brand-new Sport Mode using 6 virtual ratios.

This time Toyota endeavors to bring you an improved sports experience and ride quality. A new 4-point engine mounting system, a new double-wishbone rear suspension system and a better structural rigidity are what will prove Toyota’s words.

Masato Katsumata, the Camry Chief engineer, once said to create something soul-stirring to car lovers, they’d laid out the concept of a new sedan that offers fun and exciting experiences while behind the wheel. In building the next-gen Toyota Camry 2018, they might be able to begin with a clean slate, which enables the Japanese automaker to provide a true driver-centric vehicle.

The Toyota Camry 2018, the eighth-iteration, already appears in Australia. The day it arrives in Asia will not be long. As the all-new Camry 2018 was already unveiled early last year and the V6 model is no longer available in Philippine market, we have high hope that the next-gen Camry will hit out shores some time within this year.

Meanwhile, take a look at our in-depth review for the current-gen Toyota Camry 2017.

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Toyota Camry

The Toyota Camry is one of the longest-running nameplates in the Japanese carmaker's lineup. It was introduced in 1982 and is currently continues to be a top-seller for the brand. When the model was first introduced, it was designed to compete in compact sedan markets. But in the early 90s, Toyota decided to increase the configuration size, making it a midsize sedan. Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) launched the 8th-gen Camry in the local market in late 2018, arriving with a sleeker and sportier exterior appeal as compared to the outgoing generation. Inside, the 5-seater midsize sedan provides an executive and modern feel thanks to the wood trims, spacious cabin, an ergonomic leather interior, and adjustable seats for both the driver and passengers. In consideration of the size and features, the PH-spec Toyota Camry is offered with a price that plays around the P2-million mark, making it one of the most expensive in Toyota's Philippine lineup. This midsize sedan is marketed for those Filipino car consumers who are in the market for a premium, quality, and upscaled vehicle.

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