Cosmetic changes for the 2021 Toyota Camry may go unnoticed; the most relevant are under the skin, as the Safety Sense 2.5+ assist pack debuts.
To keep its flagship sedan and America’s best-selling sedan up to date, Toyota announced a mid-life upgrade for the 2021 Camry. Its current generation debuted just three years ago and began shipping toward the last quarter of 2017 as 2018 model year.
Another novelty is that, at least in the United States, the XSE finish will be included with the hybrid engine that we know. This anticipates that perhaps we can see for the first time a Camry Hybrid with a sportier flavor and even improvements in chassis and suspension to make it more stable and agile.
The aesthetic changes include new fascias for all versions, although these are different in the LE and XLE compared to those of the more sporty SE and XSE. If Toyota introduces its Safety Sense 2.0 with the arrival of the 2020 Highlander, the Camry 2021 debuts an important update of that system, now called Safety Sense 2.5+ in which the functions of the pre-collision assistant are updated and the pedestrian detection improves for recognition in certain situations.
The Toyota Camry is one of the most popular cars on the entire planet.
The Camry has undergone an evolution featuring a more passionate aesthetic, handling and character. It is a sedan with a muscular look and in general the lines denote that it is a more youthful car than before, but now we bring you these details that you should know.