2021 Toyota Camry Gets a Few Updates

  • The 2021 Toyota Camry gets a few small updates to its styling and equipment.
  • The L base trim level is gone, and there’s now an XSE trim level available with the hybrid powertrain.
  • The 2021 Camry will be available in the fall, and pricing will be released later.

    Toyota’s mid-size sedan enters the new model year with a few tweaks. The 2021 Toyota Camry has new front-end styling, a different touchscreen infotainment setup, and a few changes to its trim levels and standard and optional equipment.

    The LE trim is now the base model, meaning the L—previously the cheapest Camry—is no more. The base price will likely rise by just a few hundred dollars as a result; Toyota hasn’t released 2021 pricing, but the 2020 L model was only $545 cheaper than the LE. The 2021 Camry hybrid is also now available in the sporty-ish XSE trim. And the more

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    2021 Toyota Camry Safety Suite Can ID Cyclists, Pedestrians Better

    • The 2021 Toyota Camry will have updated safety and driver assistance features, Toyota announced today.
    • Toyota’s Safety Sense 2.5+ includes the ability to better recognize cyclists and pedestrians.
    • The system will also help with a new adaptive cruise control overtake feature that speeds the Camry up while switching lanes.

      A new Camry is on its way and with it an updated driver assistance and safety suite. Safety Sense 2.5+, making its debut on the Camry, will be able to better identify bicyclists and pedestrians while adding intersection alerts and potential automatic braking for left turns.

      Toyota says that the updated Safety Sense 2.5+ has enhancements that help it detect “a preceding bicyclist in daytime and even a preceding pedestrian in low-light conditions.” The update looks to help protect those outside a bit more than the previous version of the system. With rising pedestrian versus car deaths, it’s a welcome addition.

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