A surprising move, given how conservative and evolutionary the Camry used to be. Love it or not, but it's a bold move, and you can't deny it looks modern, and "rental car" is not the first thing to come into mind. Somehow the US Passat must look now very archaic (which it also is, mostly), but probably will be a safeplace for those ex-Camry buyers who find the new model shocking.
I like the interior, it looks modern and actually has a premium feel from the pictures, and though there is a huge screen, there are still a few buttons and knobs left for basic functions. big bonus points for keeping usability instead of going for the "super clean but pain in the ass to use" look.
However, no Android Auto/Carplay is a huge miss, I have to agree, although I personally think Camry demographics are probably not the early adapters for these solutions, and they can't replace a solid basic system, i still think it should be there in any new car nowadays.
Originally Posted by Vormund
Where is the $2.00 digital clock?
That was the first thing I was looking for on the interior photos too ;)
Originally Posted by pjl35
they must've run out...at long last!
Oh I'm sure by the time the next Corolla is around the corner, they will unearth a warehouse full of them somewhere....