New 2015 Toyota Camry Struts Its Stuff in New York
Here it is, the latest rendition of the country’s best-selling car for nearly every month and year for the past several years. The new 2015 Toyota (NYSE:TM) Camry has debuted at the New York Auto Show, and right off the bat, we can point to some pretty badly needed improvements that were made.
Toyota itself has said in the past that the Camry was lacking a certain emotional element. It’s a decent all-around car with good mileage and numerous optional features, but exceptionally safe styling meant to cater to virtually anybody in the market for a midsize sedan.
Toyota says that the improvements made go well beyond the new exterior, as the company stripped the car down to the chassis and rebuilt it from there. On the outside, it’s apparent that Toyota used similar design language found in the new Corolla, largely around the lights and front grille setup. However, it remains unique — a derivative work that also has its own identity.
“Customers today love the durability, quality and value that the Camry represents, but they are looking for a little more style, comfort and performance, and this 2015 Camry has all of the above,” said Bob Carter, senior vice president of automotive operations of Toyota Motor Sales USA, in the company’s statement. “This is the new Camry, and it’s coming from the new Toyota.”