The year 2020 is about to bring some serious novelties and redesigns when it comes to market of SUVs and crossovers, but also the less popular sedans. In fact, one of the most successful sedans in its segment, the well-known Toyota Camry, seems to be on its way to hit the roads as a 2020 Toyota Camry model together with its regular and hybrid version.
Although little has been known and confirmed at the moment, and perhaps too early to talk about when it comes to the 2020 Toyota Camry, the upcoming midsize four-door sedan should be expected to bring some brand-new design and updated features. It will keep being available in more than one trim level and even the base model should seem more attractive and aggressive than its predecessor. Its architecture hasn’t been confirmed yet, but the new Camry should probably keep riding on the well-known TNGA platform shared with its cousin Prius. That’s why these two models have already been compared in terms of look, at least some of their features. The front part of the new Camry should reveal a redesigned X-shaped grille and eye-catching LED headlights. In the rear part, you will notice its modern LED taillights and probably a roof spoiler that gives this model a sportier look.
The interior of the 2020 Toyota Camry has also been a sort of a mystery. All we know is that you should expect some serious updates and refreshments in terms of overall comfort, materials and technology. The company should use some high-quality materials inside and its cabin should be comfortable and spacious. In higher trim levels, the driver’s seat should be power-adjustable. Also, the driver can expect a smaller 4.2-inch information display in the instrument cluster and a larger infotainment touch-screen in the center console. The sedan should offer some of those latest high-tech features and connectivity options as well as its advanced safety systems and driver assist features.
Three engine choices have been discussed as possible to be found under the hood of the 2020 Toyota Camry, including its hybrid version. The base model might get a 2.5-liter four-cylinder that delivers the output of 206 horsepower and 184 pound-feet of torque. The optional version may use a powerful 3.5-liter V6 that should hit around 301 horsepower. Finally, its hybrid version has been speculated, but the exact numbers and details are yet to be confirmed.
2020 Toyota Camry Release Date and Price
The release date of either the regular or the hybrid model hasn’t been officially confirmed yet. However, the price of a base model should start around $25,000.
- good value for money
- more than one engine option
- hybrid version available.
- lots of details still not confirmed.