The legendary mid-size sedan has been redesigned recently. It came with improvements in many aspects and still holds one of the leading positions in the segment. However, that doesn’t mean that there are no changes planned for the next year.
While standard models are about to carry on in the same way, the company will introduce a new, TRD version. As you may presume, it will come as a performance version, with upgrades in many aspects, including powertrain, suspension, exterior and interior design etc. Expect to see it sometime in the second half of the next year.
- Solid mpg ratings
- Refined ride
- Comfortable seats
- Full load of safety features
- Small cargo area
In terms of overall design characteristics, the base 2020 Toyota Camry models will carry on in the same way. Count on the same design, built over TNGA platform, and aesthetics that follow the brand’s newest design language. On the other side, a new TRD model will come with lots of upgrades.
First of all, count on significantly improved styling. Of course, the core will remain the same, but there will be a full load of new details. Of course, most of them are about new body kit, unique wheels, low-profile tires etc. Count on mechanical upgrades as well. The 2020 Toyota Camry TRD will come with tuned suspension, new brakes and much more.
Same goes for the interior design. Standard models will continue with the same layout. This sedan offers spacious and upscale cabin, full of quality materials and plenty of standard equipment. It is definitely a nice place to be in, but the TRD is about to bring some excitement to this well-built cabin.
Count on a lot of sporty details, starting from a new trimming, unique color schemes and similar details. It won’t go far away from standard models, but should somehow look more flamboyant. Also, count on a unique list of standard equipment.
The 2020 Toyota Camry will continue with familiar engines. Base models will feature a familiar 203-horsepower four-cylinder unit. Higher trims will come with a familiar 3.5-liter V6, which is good for about 301 horsepower and runs this sedan in from zero to sixty in less than six seconds.
A new TRD model will come with the same engine, but some power boost is quite possible. With the addition of new suspension and body kit, it will probably be able to hit 60 in about 5.5 seconds. We’ll see if Honda prepares something similar for the biggest rival, Accord.
2020 Toyota Camry Release Date and Price
Due to a new performance version, the 2020 Toyota Camry could arrive a little bit earlier than usual. When it comes to the price, base models will go around $24,000.
February 11, 2019