According to Toyota, every single thing has been redesigned and updated except for the roof
With all the tough macho competitors out there in the automobile industry, it was high time that Toyota realized the 'bot so attractive' vanilla look of its Camry. It is the era of sporty and advanced looks and and since many competitors are trying to establish that look for their models, Toyota finally decides to shed off this vanilla image.
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The redesigned 2015 Camry was unveiled at the New York Auto Show this Tuesday and as the world saw, the newer model appears more aggressive with a longer and wider look. The change is quite obviously there and can be spotted instantly and Toyota claims to have changed every single external bit of the car except the roof. This news surely comes as a huge one since Camry has been the best selling car in the US for the past 12 years and its fans have been well devoted to it since the past decade and hence it receives its trusted and dependable family car tag. However, customers nowadays place more importance on the exterior of the car and design preferemces have changed altogether. The buyers of midsize cars want more style, comfort and performance to go with the reliability.
Talking about this updated new Camry model, the inside has been made with softer materials and there is a wireless charging system as well. The body on the other hand is stiffer and the suspension and steering has received a bit of retuning to provide a better driving experience. But regardless of how well Toyota redesigns its cars, the competitors are always there to counter every move and the cut throat competition lives on. After seeing the redesigning of Toyota cars over the past couple of years, other competitors such as Honda, Nissan and Ford couldnt have possibly stayed behind and soon they were unveiling their own new models with more fierce designs. Toyota still manages to take a lead when it comes to profits because even discounts have no negative impact on its revenues and the average Camry currently sells for $23,965 and this is $900 less than the average midsize car.