Toyota, the name to be reckoned with in the automotive industry, has been a major torch-bearer for all car manufacturer's world over by constantly improving its car designs and features as anticipated by its customers. It made its debut nearly 3 decades ago and has been quite a successful car by Toyota Motor Company. After the last revamping of the Camry in 2007, Toyota is now giving a new lease to its design and features re-branding it as 2012 Toyota Camry and will be in race with Honda Accord, Ford Fusion and Hyundai Sonata. Originally, and still continuing, designed as the 4 door compact sedan, it will be rolled out in various model right from the basic one to the premium XLE and it all will be very much apparent after going through the following car review.
The architecture of the 2012 Camry will be based on the dimensions of its previous models with some minor changes. The new Camry is expected to roll out with somewhat bigger wheelbase which facilitates the comfortable cabin area. The aerodynamically designed styling will include lower roof line and the ground clearance level will also be reduced as a result it will offer comfortable transit through the sedan along with the comfortable headroom. This design offers sleek looks to the vehicle making its appearance bolder.
Under the aggressive metallic front the sedan is powered to generate 169 horsepower of momentum. This is facilitated with the power pack of 2.5 liters displacement along with four cylinder incorporated with 16 valves and operating on DOHC technology. Toyota will offer 2012 Camry with the latest assembly of 3.5 liter and V6 engine which is powered to produce the momentum of around 268 horsepower. These two engine mechanisms are believed to be mated with six speed manual transmission with the liberty to select even the six speed automatic transmission according to the interest of car enthusiasts. Design of these engines achieves fluency with front wheel drive system. The engine with 2.5 liter displacement is offers ultimate performance of 33 miles per gallon on city streets and 34 miles per gallon on highways.
Toyota's 2012 Camry is offered with a wide array of innovative standard and optional features. The optional features may be standard with some trim models whereas the same can be optional for another. The standard features include power locks, power windows mounted with power mirrors and the rear view mirror. The dashboard offers sophisticated looks with the presence of tilt and telescopic steering wheel which is preloaded with audio system controls, USB connection to facilitate the functioning of iPods and MP3 player as well as Bluetooth connectivity which offers the luxury for communicating over phone keeping your hands free. The driver's seat can be adjusted to easily command over the sedan. Additionally the rear seats are features with split function to give extra comfort. An array of optional features include key-less remote controlled start, moon-roof or sunroof, navigation system featured with touch screen and leather upholstery which gives luxurious feel.
The 2012 Toyota Camry is believed to come with innovative safety features such as override technology. This technology functions by cutting the fuel flow through the valves if the brakes and acceleration are applied at a same time. The addition of safety features include cruise control, traction control and vehicle stability control supported by anti-skid system and anti-lock disc brakes which offers grip over bad roads. The new Camry will come with unique star safety system from Toyota.
The sophisticated elegant looking 2012 Camry is expected to come by the beginning of next year carrying the beat deal rolling from $21,400 to $25,700. This innovative design with advanced styling supports the reputation of Toyota's tradition.