2021 Toyota Camry
There is no need for a special introduction in this case. The Camry was and still is one of the best family cars you can get on the market. Excellent reliability ratings, great driving dynamics, spacious and comfortable interior are among its strongest points. The current generation has been around for a couple of years and considering that things are going pretty fast in the automotive industry these days. It’s no wonder that many reports suggest a facelift for the 2021 Toyota Camry, which is about to hit the market in the next year. At this point, we are still waiting for the official confirmation.
- Great handling
- Amazing fuel economy
- Long list of safety features.
- Above-average predicted reliability ratings.
- Can be noisy at higher speeds.
- Rivals have bigger trunks.
In terms of base design characteristics, this is a typical Toyota car. It rides on a new TNGA platform and delivers a great balance between performances and efficiency. In terms of styling, there are no surprises. It follows the brand’s current design language, so we don’t expect any significant changes with this potential facelift.
If it happens, we presume that most of the novelties would come at the front. The new model would get new front fascia, new bumper, and similar things. The rear end would probably receive a couple of modifications as well.
When it comes to the interior design, we probably won’t see too many changes, at least not in terms of aesthetics. The current models feature a pretty attractive cabin, with plenty of space and great seats’ quality. It isn’t exactly the Avalon’s level of comfort and convenience but isn’t too far away either.
On the other side, we expect better sound insulation in the 2021 Toyota Camry, considering that the current model can be a little bit noisy at times. Also, we count on updates and upgrades in terms of tech features. Apple CarPlay is standard in the current model, but Anrdoid Auto is still unavailable. That is one of the novelties we expect to see in the 2021 Toyota Camry.
Under the hood, the 2021 Toyota Camry should carry on with familiar engines in the offer. The base model comes with a familiar 2.5-liter four-cylinder unit, which is good for about 203 horsepower. It’s not particularly powerful but features an impressive fuel economy. With this engine, the Camry returns around 29 mpg in the city and 41 mpg on the highway.
If you prefer something more powerful, go for an optional V6, which delivers 301 horsepower. If you are prefer something even more efficient, get a hybrid version, which is characterized by unparalleled fuel economy that goes way above 50 mpg in a combined ride.
2021 Toyota Camry Release Date and Price
We expect to see 2021 Toyota Camry sometime in the second half of the next year. The price should remain pretty similar to the current model, which starts at around $24,000.