The 2018 Camry is lower, wider, and curvier featuring a sleeker, more aerodynamic profile.

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The all-new generation of Toyota's midsize sedan warrants a new Camry logo.

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To give the sporty SE and XSE versions more visual pop, they receive more aggressive bumpers, rocker panels, mesh grille insert, rear lip spoiler and diffuser.

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The XSE sets itself apart from the SE with 19-inch black machine-finish alloy wheels.

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For the interior, designers wanted to provide more visually appealing cabin, while remaining practical and intuitive.

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Front seats were redesigned to be more comfortable and supportive, and refinement is up with the use of higher grade soft-touch materials on major surfaces like the dash, center console and door trim.

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The latest Toyota Entune 3.0 system handles infotainment duties with standard navigation.

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4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot capabilities, a JBL premium audio system and 10-inch color head-up display are optional.

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Sadly, the Camry doesn't have Apple CarPlay and Android Auto on its options list.

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A pre-collision system with pedestrian detection, radar cruise control, lane departure alert with steering assist and auto high beams are equipped on every 2018 Camry.

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Blind spot monitoring and rear cross traffic alert come standard on higher trim levels.

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Backing the Camry's sportier looks is a new platform utilizing more ultra high-strength steel and new molding techniques to increase structural rigidity.

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Combined with a reengineered rear double wishbone suspension, 2-inch longer wheelbase and lower center of gravity, Toyota promises a substantially improvement to driving dynamics.

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Serving as base motivation for the 2018 Camry is a new 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine working with an eight-speed automatic transmission.

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Front seats were redesigned to be more comfortable and supportive, and refinement is up with the use of higher-grade soft-touch materials on major surfaces like the dash, center console and door trim.

Published:Caption:Photo:Toyota
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To look the part, the new Camry is lower, wider and curvier featuring a sleeker, more aerodynamic profile.

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To give the sporty SE and XSE versions more visual pop, they receive more aggressive bumpers, rocker panels, mesh grille insert, rear lip spoiler and rear diffuser.

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A precollision system with pedestrian detection, radar cruise control, lane departure alert with steering assist and auto high beams are equipped on every 2018 Camry.

Published:Caption:Photo:Toyota

Backing the Camry's sportier looks is a new platform utilizing more ultra-high-strength steel and new molding techniques to increase structural rigidity.

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Combined with a re-engineered rear double-wishbone suspension, 2-inch longer wheelbase and lower center of gravity, Toyota promises a substantially improvement to driving dynamics.

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Serving as base motivation for the 2018 Camry is a new 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine working with an eight-speed automatic transmission.

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Toyota hasn't quoted any power figures, but says the engine will offer more power and anticipates it returning best-in-class fuel economy.

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The latest Toyota Entune 3.0 system handles infotainment duties with standard navigation. 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot capabilities, a JBL premium audio system and 10-inch color head-up display are optional.

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Missing from the options list are Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capabilities.

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