New York 2014: 2015 Toyota Camry Revealed

Cameron Aubernon
by Cameron Aubernon
new york 2014 2015 toyota camry revealed

Toyota’s champion revealed its new look before the world and those in attendance at the 2014 New York Auto Show. Beneath the new Camry’s updated, more aggressive appearance, Toyota added spot welds throughout the chassis for added stiffness as well as a revised suspension, all of which is aimed at improving handling and ride quality.

The SE trim will continue going into the 2015 model year, paired alongside the premium XSE, while the hybrid will receive some of the SE’s performance goodies when all three enter showrooms later this year. The engine options will remain the same, however: 2.5-liter four-pot, 3.5-liter V6, and 2.5-liter Atkinson cycle hybrid motor.

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  • Akear Akear on Apr 17, 2014

    The Chrysler 200 illustrates that there are no longer any bad cars in this segment. Anyone of these cars would be the best in their category just five years ago. The Malibu may now be the bottom feeder of the group, but it is still a very good car. Even the hapless 2010 Sebring would be the best in its class a decade earlier.

  • Mechaman Mechaman on Jul 06, 2014

    It looks like a tarted up, lairy '14 Corolla. That model makes me itch. Odd, I like the '14 Camry. Especially since someone set the trunk badges right.

  • Jdt65724922 How can a Chrysler E-Class ride better than a Chrysler Fifth Avenue?
  • Lorenzo This series is epic, but I now fear you'll never get to the gigantic Falcon/Dart/Nova comparison.
  • Chris P Bacon Ford and GM have decided that if you can't beat 'em, join 'em. Odds are Chrysler/Cerberus/FCA/Stellantis is next to join in. If any of the companies like Electrify America had been even close to Tesla in reliability, we wouldn't be here.
  • Inside Looking Out China will decide which EV charging protocol will become world wide standard.
  • Chris P Bacon I see no reference to Sweden or South Carolina. I hate to assume, but is this thing built in China? I can't help but wonder if EVs would be more affordable to the masses if they weren't all stuffed full of horsepower most drivers will never use. How much could the price be reduced if it had, say, 200hp. Combined with the instant torque of an EV, that really is plenty of power for the daily commuter, which is what this vehicle really is.