Toyota Safety Sense 2.5+ On Camry 2021 Revealed

The exciting news is now coming from Toyota because the Toyota Camry 2021 has featured the latest XSE Hybrid class. 
In fact, his appearance has filled the place in the most diverse and most significant car lineup ever. A fantastic update is that all models will get Toyota Safety Sense 2.5+, an advanced safety feature as standard. 
There is also a new 7″ or 9″ multimedia screen. Even the XLE type has a herringbone upholstery pattern. The front fascia also gets a modification, which results in a significant difference. 
The LE and XLE variants focus on comfort, and how to distinguish them both is very easy. 
But not so with the SE and XSE models because they will focus on sports. This is evidenced by the use of front fascia with a new design. 
2021 Camry Has “Toyota Safety Sense 2.5+” Feature
The LE model uses 17-inch rims while XLE uses 18 inches. In addition to the hot topic about the Toyota Safety Sense 2.5+ feature, the XSE and SE variants have a redesigned lower fascia and now look bolder. You will also see the grill and ventilation insert with honeycomb style, even with the new side ventilation accents. 
Now Blue Streak Metallic has been replaced by a new Blueprint color. Furthermore, the Toyota Camry TRD now has an exclusive Ice Edge color, and a 2-tone Midnight Black Metallic roof is also available. 
While the XSE variant has a dual-tone Supersonic Red combined with Midnight Black Metallic on the roof. 
Camry TRD has a reliable 3.5 L V6 engine that produces a maximum power of 301 hp. Power is combined with an 8-speed auto gearbox that has a sport mode and also nice paddle shifters.

Toyota Safety Sense 2.5+ Technology

On its debut, the Toyota Camry 2021 uses Safety sense 2.5+ whose functions have been improved, such as a perfect pre-collision system including fantastic pedestrian detection. 
This sophisticated system can detect other drivers behind you, pedestrians, and vehicles in front.
There are choices of 2.5 L 4-cylinder, 3.5 L V6, or Hybrid engines. The 2.5 L engine produces 2-3 hp power and 184 lb-ft of torque. However, the XSE Variant has 206 HP because there are two channels on the exhaust. 
However, the V6 engine produces a peak power of 301 hp and 267 lb-ft of highest torque. 
Hybrid options have a combined output of 2.5 L 4-cylinder with an electric motor with 208 hp. Power is channeled to the wheels with a CVT transmission. 
There is no doubt that one of the advantages is the latest Toyota Safety Sense 2.5+ security system.

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