In the past, when someone said "Toyota Camry," you may have thought "boring." But if that's the case, it's time to think again. Toyota unveiled the 2015 Toyota Camry at the New York International Auto Show, revealing an athletic new design with prominent lines that are different from the previous model on every inch of the car, except for the roof.
The interior is more refined, with soft-touch materials and unique new features such as an enclosed bin in front of the shifter that has 12-volt power, USB connectivity and an available wireless charging system for certain smartphones.
While the engine choices remain the same as the current model, the driving experience has become more spirited through suspension and power-steering changes. The 2015 Toyota Camry will continue to be built in Kentucky. It goes on sale this fall.