Toyota Camry sedan returns to European markets after a 14-year break. The premiere of the model that replaces Avensis in the range of the Japanese manufacturer on the Old Continent took place at the Paris Motor Show.
On the European market, Camry will only be available in hybrid modification. It includes a 2.5-liter 179 hp gasoline engine. and a 120 hp electric motor. The system also includes a block of lithium-ion batteries and a variable transmission.
The acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h takes 8.3 seconds and the maximum speed is 180 km/h. According to the manufacturer, the hybrid Camry spends an average of 4.2 l / 100 km and the CO2 emissions are 98 g/km.
In Europe, the model will be imported from Japan, where it will be crushed as sales start in early 2019. For the last time, Camry was sold on the Old Continent in 2005, then left only on the Russian market where Toyota owns factory. Available versions are only for the Russian market, relying on 2.0-2.5 and 3.5-liter gasoline engines developing 150, 181 and 249 hp.