Toyota’s Most Important Models at 2014 New York Auto Show

Toyota brought a lot of its new models at the 2014 New York International Auto Show this month, but because we already know the rest, we’ll take a look at the two that really catch the eye - the new Toyota Camry and the Scion FR-S Release Series.
2015 Toyota Camrya and FR-S Release Series 1 photo
Photo: Toyota/edited by autoevolution
Starting with the first, the freshly-unveiled 2015 Toyota Camry is definitely the best thing you’ll see at Toyota’s stand now. Scheduled to go on sale this fall, Toyota’s bread-and-butter vehicle for the US market now comes with more everything.

Engineers stripped out the current Camry model and started all over again, bragging that the 2015 model comes with around 2,000 new parts. Most noticeably is its refined shape, which in many instances reminds of its Lexus ES cousin.

The mid-life model Camry also comes with increased interior space, a new suspension, more insulating materials, better quality interior materials, reshaped seats and dashboard along a set of new tech gear, like a 4.2-inch multi-information display, JBL superior audio system with screens up to 7-inches and the latest Entune system as well as the segment-first wireless charging system for phones and other gadgets.

Moving on to this little eye-candy here, Scion once again revealed a new limited edition FR-S model called the Release Series.

Also available for the Scion xB, the Release Series will enhance the FR-S with a whole new bright Yuzu exterior color, TRD quad exhaust tips, HID headlamps, TRD steering wheel and shifter knob, black seats with T-patterns and a tuned TRD suspension. And no, for a supercharger you’ll still have to go at an aftermarket producer.
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