Toyota is a company that has been known for creating a full line of dependable vehicles. A maker of cars, trucks, SUVs and hybrids, Toyota is one of the preeminent auto manufacturers in the world today. While they may have a fairly diverse line of products, their designers pay special attention to the intended uses of the vehicles and the desires of their owners. Some of their SUVS and trucks even offer tough competition in what is often considered to be an American market. The Camry has been one of Toyota’s most popular cars for a while now and they are seeking to update this car with the new 2013 Camry.
Information surrounding the new 2013 Toyota Camry is still being kept a bit of a secret as they are still focusing their marketing efforts on the 2012 model. When looking at past offerings from this line of cars it’s easy to see why they are so popular. Blending the power and reliability expected in a Toyota with high class styling, plenty of features and luxury level comfort, the Camry has long been one of the more ideal offerings in the sedan market. While there will always be over priced luxury cars, the reasonable price of the Camry has opened the possibility of ownership to a broader range of customers.
It is precisely this combination of luxury elements with Toyota reliability that makes the Camry 2013 model such a hotly anticipated new car. Larger vehicles, such as trucks, SUVs and vans will always have their fans but many people still want a nice sedan to get them where they need to go. Not everyone needs a rugged off road vehicle or a monstrous family van that hardly fits in parking spaces, some people want the comfort and reasonable size afforded by a sedan and Toyota knows this quite well.
One of the most obvious factors behind the success of the Camry is its exterior design. Its sleek look and smooth lines puts the 2013 Toyota Camry on par with more expensive sedans. The basic design is very modern and, while being reminiscent of other sedans, manages to bring its own feeling and attitude. The grill is fair bit smaller and less open than we find in other modern cars but it should serve its purposes well without ruining the overall design. The windows are large, the windshield raked back and the lights are nicely modeled.
The interior of the Camry 2013 model is another element that should make it a very popular option. It’s safe to say that most people can’t afford to throw a lot of money into a high end luxury sedan but that doesn’t mean they don’t want the comfort and style that a luxury car has. The nice fabric used inside the new Camry makes it feel like a much more expensive car while the design of the dash, console and displays also feel expensive. The Camry designers have taken special care in adding just the right amount of details and accenting lights to really complete the whole aesthetic.
Another welcome aspect that should help build the popularity of the Toyota Camry 2013 model is the large amount of tech and safety features which have been built into it. The new Camry will have a whole host of safety features, including about ten airbags, and should receive a high safety rating. The tech included in the new Camry features touch screen entertainment systems, iPod integration, navigation systems and the Entune system which allows drivers to take full advantage of applications such as Bing and Pandora. All of these extra technological additions do just as much for making the Camry feel expensive as the style and materials.
The Camry, while being a sedan, has never skimped much when it came to power. With the 2012 model offering a little under 180 horsepower, it’s a safe bet that the 2013 Camry will come with comparable or better specs. With the current trend in car manufacturing tending towards lighter vehicles made with more advanced materials, it can also be safe to assume that the new Camry will not only be lighter but will be faster and more fuel efficient as well.
Toyota is one of the world’s top auto manufacturers and with good reason. Their diverse range of vehicles means that there is something to please everyone while the reliability and strength of even their larger offerings means that they will perform as promised. Since the Camry has been one of their most popular cars, the 2013 Toyota Camry should also be quite popular among fans of this company. With its sleek design, luxurious interior and array of technological integration, the new Camry truly is a car for the 21st century auto market. Other sedans are in for a bit of a fight when the 2013 Camry debuts.