2012 Toyota Camry Leaked: Full Specs and Photos

2012 Toyota Camry Leaked: Full Specs and Photos

With several previous leaks and two teaser images, the 2012 Toyota Camry may not need an official introduction any more, after a copy of a French Canadian publication detailing the new sedan has hit the web.

The overall shape of the new Camry is very close to the outgoing model, but exchanges angles for some of the bulbous bits found on the 2011 version. As for what’s under the hood, the new Camry is offered with a standard 4-cylinder and a Hybrid model, plus it retains a V6 engine option – when most other automakers are moving away from V6s.

According to the published details, the 4-cylinder model makes 179-hp and 171 lb-ft of torque, while the V6 model makes 268-hp and 248 lb-ft of torque. Listed fuel economy for the 2.5-liter 4-cylinder is 7.5 L/100km, which equates to 31.4 mpg.

As for the Hybrid model, the figures listed include a total 187-hp with a 41.3 mpg (5.7 L/100km) rating. If these numbers prove accurate, this would make the Camry Hybrid the most fuel efficient mid-size sedan, besting even the new Sonata Hybrid.

Also of note, on the inside of the car is what appears to be Toyota’s new Entune telematics system. First introduced on the new Prius V, find out more about how it works here.

GALLERY: 2012 Toyota Camry Leaked


[Source: Carscoop]

  • P

    I been trying to purchase 2012 Toyota Camry SE the past week, but there are no v6 available to drive in this area. Tried to make a presale but the dealers are not willing to budge on the sticker price. Only a fool would pay sticker price for a vehicle. With the Toyota sales down 13 percent you would think they would want to move their produce. I was willing to by a car unseen or undriven by its merit alone. Keep you Toyota there are just as good as vehicle out there and a dealership willing to make a sale. I was a previous owner or a Toyota 2002 Camry SE loved the car and the realiabilty of the car but I want buy a care simply because it says Toyota. Hmm, last year lost it’s reputation as a qualtiy vehicle and I would think they would want to keep atleast one of their loyal customers happy. Looks like there will be a Honda or Sonata in my future.

  • molade

    Am in love with the car.