Toyota introduced the Camry 2021 sedan model yearJuly 15, 2020
The Japanese automaker announced the Toyota Camry business class sedan in the 2021 version of the model year. The car received an updated set of safety systems Safety Sense 2.5, and also a plug-in hybrid version of XSE.
Toyota officially unveiled the Camry 2021 model year. The car received many updates, including a new set of Toyota Safety Sense 2.5 safety systems, new configurations such as the XSE Hybrid, and a wider range of options.
Toyota Safety Sense 2.5 is absolutely standard on all Camry 2021 trim levels.
Compared to version 2.0, the updated complex received a better camera and radar elements of improved sensitivity, which work much better in low light conditions. The system includes an emergency steering system, adaptive cruise control with smooth overtaking and a power amplifier, and even a lane change assistant.
Also new for 2021 is the Camry XSE Hybrid. Just like the traditional version of the XSE with a gasoline engine, the hybrid version of the model takes on a new look with glossy black mesh grilles, LED headlights and new 19-inch wheels, as well as some elements of the interior trimmed with leather. The Camry XSE Hyrbid is still equipped with a 2.5-liter four-cylinder hybrid powertrain with a capacity of 208 horsepower (221 Nm).
All 2021 Camry trim levels feature a new false radiator grille. Basic equipment is now LE. In addition to the aforementioned hybrid engine, there is still a choice of two traditional gasoline engines: a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine and a 3.5-liter V6. If the first produces 203 hp (250 nm), the more powerful V6 boasts 301 bhp. (362 Nm).
Customers can now choose the new “floating” touchscreen infotainment system dimension of 7 or 9 inches. The XLE and XSE trim levels offer 7.0-inch digital dashboards and a 10.0-inch head-up display.
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