Toyota Australia has confirmed pricing for the updated 2021 Camry range ahead of a showroom arrival next month.
For 2021, the Camry range has been condensed to five variants, four of which are hybrid models. Fans of the six-cylinder Camry will find no joy in the revised line-up, the V6 petrol engine has been dropped.
Toyota says the changes to the powertrain options have been driven by customer demand. Currently, 70 per cent of Camry buyers opt for a hybrid.
The entry-level Camry Ascent is powered by a 2.5-litre four-cylinder petrol engine producing 153kW and 250Nm. A CVT automatic sends drive to the front wheels.
Hybrid variants use a 2.5-litre four-cylinder Atkinson Cycle petrol engine paired with a pair of electric motors. In total, the system develops 155kW of power. Power is put to the front wheels through an e-CVT.
The updated Camry range features a redesigned grille and front bumper, while the cabin gets a redesigned dash with a larger 9.0-inch infotainment touchscreen (7.0-inch for the Ascent).
Safety also gets a boost with the addition of road sign assist, emergency steering assist and intersection turn assistance included as standard across the range.
2021 Toyota Camry pricing (excluding on-road costs):
Camry Ascent auto – $30,990
Camry Ascent hybrid CVT – $33,490
Camry Ascent Sport hybrid CVT – $36,290
Camry SX hybrid CVT – $39,190
Camry SL hybrid CVT – $46,990
2021 Toyota Camry equipment highlights:
Android Auto and Apple CarPlay
Autonomous emergency braking with pedestrian and cyclist detection
Adaptive cruise control
Traffic sign monitoring
Emergency steering assist
Intersection turn assist
Camry Ascent Sport adds
Dual-zone climate control
9.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system
Keyless entry and start
Rear cross-traffic alert
Camry SX adds
19-inch alloy wheels
Camry SL adds
Powered boot lid
Auto-dimming interior mirror
Nine-speaker JBL sound system
Heated, ventilated front seats
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