There's just one saloon body style and one hybrid engine option for Camry buyers, but you do get a choice of trim levels - 'Design' (which costs around £32,000) and plusher 'Excel' (which will set you back around £2,600 more). There's lots of kit included as standard, with both versions getting leather upholstery, powered seats and the 'Toyota Touch 2' 9-inch centre-screen with Go multimedia and navigation system. This incorporates DAB reception, 'Apple CarPlay'/'Android Auto', Bluetooth phone connection, audio streaming and Advanced Voice Recognition. Customers can choose from different instrument panel finishes: a black engineered wood with an organic base pattern overlaid with straight lines, and a Titanium Line pattern, a low-contrast, regular geometric pattern with a three-dimensional effect. There are also restyled 17 and 18-inch wheels, the former with "twisted-V" spokes and the later comprising paired slim and twisted spokes with contrasting bright machined and dark finishes.
This improved Camry now gains the latest Toyota Safety Sense features, adding Lane Trace Assist with steering assistance to help keep the car centred in traffic lane; Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control, which links with the Road Sign Assist to automatically bring cruising speed within the enforced limit; Emergency Steering Assist; and Intersection Turn Assistance, which recognises oncoming traffic or pedestrians crossing the road in the path of the car as it makes a turn at a junction.