The 2021 Toyota Camry was unveiled online in 2020, and it was a significant improvement over its non-facelifted version in terms of technology and, most importantly, in terms of safety.
Toyota Camry was one of the best selling sedans in its class on the North-American continent. A part of its success was the car’s constant improvement over the 37 years production period since it was introduced.
From the outside, the 2021 Camry featured two distinct front fascias, depending on the trim level. While the LE and XLE grades featured a relaxed image of a car made for comfortable rides, the SE and XSE versions were fitted with a more aggressive front bumper.
Inside, Camry was fitted as standard for the entire range with a 7” multi-information touch-screen display within the instrument cluster. A 10” HUD (Head-up display) was offered as an option. For the infotainment system, Camry was equipped with a 7”- or 9” touch-screen, depending on the trim level and options.
The safety measures introduced the TSS 2.5+ (Toyota Safety Sense) system. It offered a comprehensive package of technologies such as the Automatic Emergency Braking, Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection, Full Speed Dynamic Radar Cruise Control, Lane Tracing Assist, and Road Sign Assist.
The powertrain was enhanced with the AWD Camry (All-wheel-drive) introduction, which was a North-American only feature for the 2021 Camry. It was designed with a Haldex multi-clutch center differential that could disengage the rear axle to save fuel when the all-wheel-drive was not needed.