- This Widebody camrydoes not change the structure, size or shape of the car, but just an accessory that adds adornment to the car in its own right.
- So Widebody camry-mounted vehicles are still registered normally, without affecting the safety of customers in traffic, so it is completely reassuring to add this body kit to the vehicle.
Toyota Camry 2019 version TRD Sportivo is very beautiful
A very beautiful version called Toyota Camry TRD Sportivo 2019 made its debut at the 2019 Bangkok Motor Show.
In terms of design, Widebody camry owns the inherent sporty and eye-catching design of a high-end sedan. This is a reasonable option for customers who want to own a more personalized car.
The sporty feature in the TRD Sportivo bodykit package of the Toyota Camry TRD Sportivo 2019 is that the front end is more prominent with a significantly protruding chin compared to the standard car. The headlights and decorative trim create an impressive “boomerang” style. In addition, the car grille is extremely spectacular and is available in two color options including silver or black.
The sides of the body and rear of the car also appear a small, slender black panel combined with a set of 18-inch multi-spoke multi-spoke alloy wheels. The rear bonnet is decorated with a spoiler to bring a more aggressive, sporty look.
Inside the cockpit of the Widebody camry is available as a standard version with a leather-wrapped three-spoke steering wheel with integrated function buttons. All seats are leather, eight-way power driver’s seat, equipped with wireless phone charger, a smart key (Keyless Entry), rear seats with sunshades. In front of the dashboard is a 10-inch color screen (HUD). Infotainment system with 8-inch touch screen connects to high-end nine-speaker JBL sound system.
2019 Toyota Camry
- The 2019 Toyota Camry wants you to think that its wallflower past is well behind it. We’re mostly convinced. Its duds are fresh and edgy, its performance surprising in certain trims, and its tech game is mostly on point.
- But vestiges of the Camry’s past remain, and that’s just fine with us. It’s still mostly a sedate cruiser with a spacious interior and, in hybrid configuration, a better-looking, mild-mannered Prius. We rate the 2019 Camry at 6.8 out of 10 overall, with the caveat that its myriad configurations should be judged independently.
- The 2019 Camry mostly carries over after an extensive redesign last year, with one notable reason to buy the latest and greatest: standard Apple CarPlay compatibility, a feature the latest Camry curiously launched without in 2018. Android fans will have to keep waiting, however.
- Camry shoppers will find a bevy of trims to select from—L, LE, SE, XSE, and XLE. A 2.5-liter inline-4 is standard fare, while a 3.5-liter V-6 is optional on some trims. With EPA ratings as high as the low-50s, the Camry Hybrid may be the best pick of the lineup.
Regardless of what’s underhood, the latest Camry casts a daring shadow. It’s far more interesting, if perhaps not as cohesive, as its predecessors. SE and XSE trims are livelier yet with generous blacked-out trim and big wheels for a sporty effect.
Inside, the Camry is functional, comfortable, and stylish. It’s not as upmarket as the Honda Accord, but even base trims are well-outfitted and this year’s Apple CarPlay addition is welcome.
The best seats in the 2019 Camry are in front. Cloth upholstery comes on base models, but leather can be selected on most of the more expensive trims. The rear seat space could use a bit more headroom; the sloping roofline affects tall passengers in back.
The Camry has performed well in crash tests. Every trim comes standard with a bevy of active safety tech, including automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, and active lane control.
Starting in the mid-$20,000s, the Camry’s lengthy list of trim levels and option packages means there’s one for just about any buyer—any buyer not lured by a crossover SUV, that is.
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