Toyota Camry 2018 Model Enroute Middle Eastern Markets
One of the most distinguishable and favorite family cars around the world, the Toyota Camry is a familiar face. The car has spanned seven generations and sold over 10 million vehicles. And it seems as if the latest, yet-to-released eighth iteration will be another jewel in the Camry’s crown. And what sounds like a perfect plan for the GCC customers is that the car will find its way onto the streets in the region before 2017 ends.
Based on the TNGA(Toyota New Global Architecture) platform, the 2018 model is sure to go beyond what the current model has achieved.
The difference between the current and the upcoming model is intriguing, in the sense that car looks better. It is wider and sits lower than earlier models, and its front end has an aggressive new grille. The new Toyota Camry 2018 has been made lighter and has its aerodynamics updated. With further updates to improve the efficiency, quietness, and refining in general, the model will certainly play right by the customers.
The new Toyota Camry 2018 will have five models to choose from, Camry L, LE, XLE, SE and XSE, along with choices for additions such as rear spoiler, bigger wheels, and front bumpers, which are available on higher trims.
Even the interiors have been given a facelift; the redesigned cabin has the use of higher quality materials. Most of the car features can be controlled by the head-up display and the large infotainment screen. The interior will also prove to be more reliant in dealing with wind and road noise.
Even though the engine details for the Middle East models haven’t been confirmed yet; the North American front will be provided with a 2.5-liter four-cylinder, a 3.5-litre V6, and a hybrid. The Toyota Camry 2018’s V6 will possibly not be on sale in the GCC region.