New Toyota Camry arrives at dealer – Exteriors, Interiors first look video

First look walkaround video of the all new Toyota Camry from dealership in Mumbai. Video credit - Anand N. and VNS.

2019 Toyota Camry is ready for launch, and demo cars have started reaching dealerships. Built on the TNGA-K platform, new Toyota Camry is bigger and spacious.

Up front is a more than prominent silver grille made up of horizontal slats. In fact, the huge grille makes up most of the front. The V section design element above it sits the brand logo, and its edges house the headlights, which wraparound from the front to side.

Changes to the rear aren’t as prominent as upfront. New Camry features somewhat boomerang shaped taillights that end on the bootlid. The chrome bar sat between both taillights sports Camry badging.

Boot space in new Camry is slightly increased at 597 litres, 10l more than the outgoing model. New multi-spoke 18-inch aluminium/alloy wheels are quite attractive. The sunroof is positioned above the front seats. The car features a JBL audio system with 9 speakers. The video below was shot at a dealership in Mumbai. It shows the interiors and exteriors of the new Camry in detail.

Other highlights of the new Camry are – LED headlights, LED tail lights, sportier design, bigger in dimension (biggest car in the segment), leather seats, leather steering wheel, faux wood accent, colour TFT display on instrument cluster for MID, cruise control, auto AC, keyless entry, start / stop, etc.

With power coming from a dual VVT-i 4-cyl 2,487 petrol engine, new Camry returns max power of 178 hp at 5,700 rpm, and max torque of 221 Nm at 3,600 – 5,200 rpm. The new gen Camry hybrid comes with improved fuel efficiency listed at 23.27 kmpl.

2019 Toyota Camry has already been launched in many countries. A globally successful car, it will be on sale in India only with a hybrid powertrain option. Already teased on the Indian site, Toyota Camry’s unofficial bookings have opened across India. Probable customers have already been given a preview of the car. Prices are expected to start in the region of Rs 38 lakhs.