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Toyota Australia's behind-the-scenes fight to make new-look Camry

Toyota Australia invested around $80 million into its plant to produce the new-look Camry here until the end of 2017 — and it had to lobby hard for the privilege. In fact under different yet entirely tenable circumstances, we might not have seen the 2015 Camry pictured here at all...

2015 Toyota Camry pricing and specifications

The significantly updated Toyota Camry — the final iteration to be made in Australia — launches today with a significantly expanded and improved range of offerings that are up to $5000 cheaper than before...

Toyota backs Camry sales to stay strong until end of local production

Toyota Australia is hopeful of maintaining current levels of Camry and Aurion sales between now and the end of local production in 2017. Speaking at the line-off ceremony for the new-look, 2015 Toyota Camry at the Altona production plant in Melbourne, Toyota Australia president Dave Buttner (pictured below) said the company planned build 90,000 cars per year over the final three years of production and was hopeful of maintaining the current 30:70 domestic-to-export sales ratio...

2015 Toyota Camry production kicks off at Altona

The first of the last of its kind – the 2015 Toyota Camry – has rolled down the assembly line at Toyota Australia’s Altona production plant in Melbourne today. Today’s assembly ceremony represents the beginning of the end for the Australian-made Camry and the local automotive manufacturing industry as we know it, with Toyota set to close its factory around the same time as Holden at the end of 2017...

Toyota Sleeper Camry hides a 634kW dragster underneath

The Toyota Sleeper Camry, which artfully disguises a dragster chassis as a run-of-the-mill Camry, may well be the surprise star of this year's SEMA show. Many adjectives have been hurled dismissively at the Toyota Camry over the years, including dull and boring. Sometimes, though, being a little anonymous can work to one's advantage...

Toyota Camry upgraded with new infotainment systems; reverse-view camera now standard

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

Toyota sells seven millionth hybrid vehicle in September

Toyota sold its seven millionth hybrid vehicle in September, just nine months after it crossed the six million mark. These numbers include hybrid vehicles sold under the company's luxury marque, Lexus, which has contributed 770,400 electrified cars to the company's total...

Toyota Camry RZ : Sporty special edition from $31,990

The sports-inspired Toyota Camry RZ special edition has been introduced to Australia, expanding the top-selling mid-sized sedan's line-up to seven variants. On sale now from $31,990, the Toyota Camry RZ is $1500 dearer than the entry-level Camry Altise on which it's based...

2015 Toyota Camry facelift revealed

The heavily revised 2015 Toyota Camry has been revealed, stunning the assembled media at the 2014 New York auto show. Dubbed the “big minor change”, the updated Camry brings significant exterior and interior styling modifications over the current car, which went on sale just over two years ago in March 2012...

2015 Toyota Camry to debut in New York in April

The final version of the Toyota Camry to be built in Australia will debut at next month’s New York auto show. Toyota spokesman Curt McAllister told Bloomberg the updated 2015 Toyota Camry would “challenge conventional expectations of a mid-cycle model change”, promising to offer more than a new grille and tweaked headlights...

Toyota Australia "close" to building next-gen Camry; closure "heartbreaking"

Toyota Australia president and CEO Max Yasuda says the company was “close” to winning the contract to build the next-generation Camry and continue local vehicle production into the next decade...