The Toyota Camry has long been the best-selling car in America. For 12 years to be exact. From its safety to its reliability to its comfort, the Camry is an all around winner. So when Toyota set out to design the all-new 2015 model, they had a lot on their plates. They had to figure out how to make one of the most popular cars in the world even better.
Let’s just say they did just that and then some. Bill Fay, Group Vice President and General Manager at Toyota Motor Sales introduced the 2015 Toyota Camry at the New York Auto Show. He began by explaining that the new Camry is just one part of Toyota’s greater mission to “Make Better Cars.” And not just “better” in the sense that these are cars you should buy. Toyota is striving to make better cars that you want to buy.
The 2015 Toyota Camry is certainly better and almost completely redesigned. In fact, Toyota used about 2,000 new parts in manufacturing the 2015 Camry and the only part that remains unchanged is the roof. Some of the new features include a wireless charging pad for smartphones, tapered LED taillights, blind-spot monitors, and adaptive cruise control.
See the 2015 Toyota Camry in action at the New York Auto Show, from its complete redesign to its top of the line features: