Car News: 2014 New York Auto Show
2015 Toyota Camry to Receive Major Update at New York Auto Show
- Updated 2015 Toyota Camry will be revealed at New York Auto Show
- The sedan will likely feature major updates inside and out
- The overhaul is necessary due to several all-new competitors
Expect big things from the Toyota Camry at this year's New York Auto Show. The brand recently announced that it plans to use the show to make "an important announcement" about the best-selling midsize sedan, hinting that the car will be significantly updated for the 2015 model year.
While Toyota hasn't announced any further details about the upcoming 2015 Camry, industry observers expect big changes. Some of the largest revisions are likely to come to the sedan's exterior, where the Camry may display a new look that stops just short of a full redesign. Toyota hinted at plans for a more dramatic look recently when Kevin Hunter, head of the brand's U.S. design studio, mentioned that the next Camry will have a "more emotional, impactful design."
The Camry is also likely to receive several major updates on the inside. We wouldn't be surprised to see some new technology grace the sedan's cabin, including a new gauge cluster or possibly more advanced safety features. But given that the 2015 Camry will sport only a major facelift, not a full redesign, we expect most changes to be confined to the sedan's exterior.
Released for 2012, the current Camry is relatively new for a car that's destined for such a major update. But since the Camry's debut, nearly all of its midsize sedan rivals, such as the Ford Fusion, Honda Accord, Mazda6 and Chevrolet Malibu, have been fully redesigned. As a result, shoppers interested in a midsize sedan have many new options to choose from.
While we don't have any further details about the 2015 Toyota Camry, we'll know more about the sedan when Toyota officially pulls the cover off later this month at the New York Auto Show.
What it means to you: The latest Toyota Camry will boast significant changes when Toyota reveals the latest version of the popular sedan at this year's New York Auto Show.