The Toyota Camry has been upgraded with new infotainment systems for no extra cost.

2012 Toyota Camry Altise

The update adds a reverse-view camera to the entry-level Altise, meaning all Camry variants are now equipped with the important safety technology.

Every Toyota Camry now gets a touchscreen display with tap, drag and flick functions similar to those of a smartphone or tablet.

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Camry Altise, Atara S, Atara SX and Hybrid H variants feature a 6.1-inch display screen, while the high-grade Camry Atara SL and Hybrid HL variants get a 7.0-inch screen with satellite navigation and Toyota Link online apps system.

Toyota Link apps, which work when a driver connects a compatible smartphone, are designed to help drivers find destination, fuel, weather details and other information as well as roadside assistance.

The infotainment upgrade is the only change to the Camry, which is otherwise the same inside and out and under the bonnet, and still priced from $30,490 to $41,490.

A major mid-life upgrade for the top-selling medium sedan is due in 2015, as previewed by the heavily updated US-spec 2015 Toyota Camry that debuted in New York in April.

The last Camry to be built in Australia will adopt the most of the exterior design changes of the US-spec car, though interior changes will mostly be limited to material upgrades for our market.

 

Toyota Camry range

Altise $30,490

Atara S $33,990

Atara SX $36,490

Atara SL $39,990

Hybrid H $35,490

Hybrid HL $41,490