2018 Toyota Camry Release Date and Redesign
The Camry development team aimed for a styling design concept that features both refinement and a sensual athletic image, which took the sedan into a stunning, futuristic direction and reestablished the camry as the new standard in the midsize-sedan category. The 2018 Toyota Camry’s main design traits are its firm, wide stance, its practical-yet-emotionally styled cabin, and its sporty, upscale image both inside and out. Continue reading for specific 2018 Toyota Camry redesign details, as well as the release date.
2018 Toyota Camry Redesign
The 2018 Camry has a sleeker profile than the current model, with a lower roofline, wind-cutting shape, and improved aerodynamics. Striking body lines highlight the aggressive front and rear fenders and energetic silhouette. The sedan’s rear melds flowing lines and complex shapes to create a wide posture similar to that of a premium sports sedan, and a newly designed Camry logo gives the car an upscale identity.
The 2018 Camry will be available in four trim levels: LE, XLE, SE, and XSE. The SE and XSE, known as the “Sport” trims, will feature a noticeably different body style than the other trims, including a sculpted rocker panels, 19” black alloy wheels, a rear spoiler lip, an aggressive front bumper, and more. The new Camry sport models are designed to be instantly recognizable and appear different from the other trims from as far as 200 yards away.
2018 Toyota Camry Interior
The 2018 Toyota Camry features a completely redesigned, upscale cabin with plenty of premium features and amenities to enjoy. The cabin is a fusion of functionality, futuristic styling, and a high degree of personal space and craftsmanship. The 2018 Camry’s cabin features an innovative, driver-centric dashboard design and high-grade soft-touch and premium materials throughout.
The front seats have been re-engineered with improved ergonomics, now providing maximum comfort. The rear seats are more refined than ever with improved roominess and ergonomics, as well. The cabin also features a mix of tones and hues, which results in a cabin that enhances passenger comfort and overall visual satisfaction.
The 2018 Toyota Camry will start rolling into Toyota dealerships in late summer 2017. Keep checking back with us for more updates about the all-new Camry!