2018 Toyota Camry Performance, Design & Features – Video
To complement the new 2018 Toyota Camry structure, it boasts a lower center of gravity. Toyota takes the Camry into new chassis-tuning territory by ditching the struts in the rear for a multilink suspension setup, while a four-point engine-mounting system should help keep the cabin experience smoother and quieter.
Perhaps the greatest surprise in the 2018 Toyota Camry to gearheads, is that Toyota still hasn’t axed the V-6. Toyota has subbed in the latest direct-injection 3.5-liter version for its flagship Camrys. The base 2.5-liter Dynamic Force inline-four has a higher compression ratio, a variable cooling system, multi-hole direct injectors, and variable valve timing, and Toyota says it will have higher power and torque ratings, although it has not yet specified those figures. It also claims better fuel efficiency than with the outgoing engine of the same displacement—and phenomenal 40 percent thermal efficiency. A new eight-speed automatic transmission, with faster and more decisive shifts, should make the V-6 and four-cylinder versions more enjoyable.