The updated 2021 Toyota Camry has been revealed ahead of an Australian arrival in the first half of next year.
Externally, the refreshed Camry is distinguished by a restyled front bumper, grille and alloy wheels.
On the inside, there’s a new dash with a floating infotainment touchscreen. It’s the same design that’s found in the current RAV4 and Corolla.
Aside from the design changes, Toyota says the adaptive cruise control system has been updated and the autonomous emergency braking program will get improved obstacle detection.
From next month, the Camry Hybrid will swap out the current 245V nickel-metal hydride battery for the more efficient 259V lithium-ion battery found in the brand’s latest 2.5-litre petrol-electric hybrid powertrain.
Full specs and pricing information will be announced closer to the updated Camry’s local launch in the first half of 2021.
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