The Toyota Camry is one of the few hybrid vehicles that is available in our market. It sticks to the idea of Toyota’s theory of hybridisation of its vehicles as well. The Camry also comes in the premium sedan segment. The car has recently been launched in its BS6 version. Find out more details about the Toyota Camry BS6 below.


The car comes only in one variant. It is priced at Rs 37.8 lakh (ex-showroom). This makes it compete with entry-level cars of luxury brands such as the Mercedes C class. The Skoda Superb facelift will also rival the Toyota Camry once launched in our market. The Camry boasts of having one of the smoothest driving experiences in the market.

Toyota Camry BS6 features

Toyota Camry

Being a premium sedan, one would expect all the latest features and gizmos to be present in the car. Although the car does not get any additional features it does not lose out on any. It gets stuff like an electronic parking brake, brake-hold, three-zone air conditioning, rear powered sunshade, driving modes, sunroof, adjustable rear seat with touch controls on the armrest and front power seats, eight-inch touchscreen system with navigation, heads-up display, nine-speaker JBL system, 18-inch alloy wheels, nine SRS airbags, vehicle stability control, tyre-pressure monitoring system, impact sensing fuel cut-off, power-adjustable rear seats, ventilated seats, memory function for ORVM and driver seat, rain-sensing wipers.

Toyota Camry BS6 colours

The Toyota Camry BS6 will be available with seven colour options which are -platinum white pearl, silver metallic, attitude black, burning black, red mica, phantom brown and graphite metallic.

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This is the most interesting part of the Camry. It gets an electric motor as well as a petrol motor. A petrol engine is a 2.5-litre unit. This is combined with a permanent magnet synchronous electric motor. Both engines give a combined power output of 215 bhp and 221 nm of torque. The car comes mated to a CVT shifter along with paddle shifters. The electric motor does not need to be charged as it is a self-charging system. Another advantage of a hybrid is higher fuel efficiency as well. This car claims an average of 19.3 km/l. You can even drive the car in full electric mode. There is also an option of driving it only with the internal combustion engine. But to get the best of the motor you have to drive it in the combined mode.

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