Although Toyota sold almost 500,000 Camry’s in 2015, current model will be replaced by a newer version. At the Nascar presentation, we had an opportunity to see pictures of future 2018 Toyota Camry. New 2018 Camry will have redesigned front fascia, featuring much more aerodynamic and aggressive look. Production of upcoming Camry will be done on all new TNGA chassis from new Prius model. Speaking of exterior design changes,
Camry should get new roof-line, flat-trunk and blacked-out C-pillars. Thanks to the new platform 2018 Camry will be lighter than before. This will improve performance and overall fuel economy specs. It could also be slightly wider and longer than current version. Details about Camry interior design are still a mystery. It is not expected for Camry to receive some drastic changes at all. It might get revised dashboard, better materials used and more space.
2018 Toyota Camry engine and fuel economy specs
2018 Toyota Camry engine lineup will most likely include only inline-four powertrains. This rumor is interesting because current version of Camry is powered by V6 engines. 2018 Camry engine for base version could be 2.5-liter inline 4 with ability to produce 178 horsepower and 170 lb-ft of torque. Instead of V6 engine, it will most likely be powered by 2.0-liter turbocharged engine generating 280 horsepower and 300 lb-ft of torque. We also expect to see CVT transmission on upcoming Camry. Some rumors indicate that we could see 2018 Toyota Camry Hybrid on the market as well.
2018 Toyota Camry release date and price review
2018 Toyota Camry release date should be set by the end of 2017. Camry official premier will be set at Detroit Auto Show at the beginning of 2017. Its main rivals on the market will be Hyundai Sonata, Mazda 6, Honda Accord, Ford Fusion, Nissan Altima and Chevy Malibu. 2018 Toyota Camry price should stay in the range from $24,000 up to $30,000.