What's the official color name that's on the Crown? I like the green as well. It sort of looks like carbon green.Looks like a slightly darker hue of the green that's on the Crown.
I was a bit surprised to read that. In any event, I'm glad they added the 6speed; hopefully the SE trim now has improved driving dynamics to go along with these revisions. Toyota needs to put that new 2.5 four-cylinder engine in the rest of the lineup, including the Scions.I like that they finally have an optional 6 speed for the other models, rather than a 5 speed for ONLY the base model.
Check the Prius thread and you'll notice that they have similar front bumpers. Sort of. Toyota should have came out with a Hybrid SE -- good idea.I like the Hybrid's front bumper, that grill isn't too exaggerated. Put a lip on that and have it available for the SE sports package.
I don't know the official color name, but the code for it is 6V4 Dark Green Pearl. I have the japanese brochure at home, gonna see if I can get the official name.What's the official color name that's on the Crown? I like the green as well. It sort of looks like carbon green.
PRESS RELEASE said:Toyota Motor Sales (TMS), U.S.A., Inc., announced manufacturer's suggested retail price (MSRP) today for the 2010 Camry midsize sedan. As the best-selling passenger car in America for seven years running and 11 of the past 12 years, Camry continues to redefine standards for comfort and performance.
Camry's base MSRP will range from $19,395 for the Camry sedan with a new six-speed manual transmission to $29,045 for the stylish XLE with a six-speed automatic transmission. The high mileage, low emissions Camry Hybrid carries a price of $26,150. The MSRP represent an overall increase of $281 or 1.2 percent. The 2010 Camry will begin arriving at Toyota dealers in March 2009.
The 2010 Camry standard, LE and XLE grades feature a new 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine equipped with variable valve timing with intelligence (VVT-i) producing 169 horsepower. The new engine can be combined with a six-speed manual transmission (excluding XLE) or a six-speed automatic transmission with sequential shift. For sporty performance, the SE grade gets additional tuning and 179 horsepower, 21 more than the previous four-cylinder engine.
Fuel economy is improved as well with EPA fuel economy estimates of 33 mpg highway, 22 mpg city and 26 mpg combined for the 2.5-liter four cylinder engine with the six-speed manual transmission.
The Camry Standard grade will carry a base MSRP of $19,395 for the manual transmission, while the automatic will be $20,445. The Camry LE base MSRP will range from $20,850 for the four-cylinder engine with manual transmission to $24,565 for the V6 model. The base MSRP for the Camry SE will range from $22,165 for four-cylinder models equipped with the manual transmission to $25,840 for the V6 model. The Camry XLE will carry a base MSRP of $29,045.
The Camry Hybrid, equipped with Toyota's industry-leading Hybrid Synergy Drive and certified as an Advanced Technology Partial Zero Emissions Vehicle (AT-PZEV) has EPA fuel economy estimates of 34 mpg highway, 33 mpg city and 34 mpg combined.
PRESS RELEASE said:Toyota Australia has celebrated winning the right to manufacture a hybrid car in Australia by producing a stylish concept car.
Developed locally by Toyota Style Australia, the HC-CV (Hybrid Camry Concept Vehicle) had its world premiere ahead of the 2009 Melbourne International Motor Show.
The unveiling of the concept car marks the start of a 12-month countdown to the launch of Australia's first locally produced hybrid car, based on the best-selling Camry sedan.
Toyota Australia president and chief executive officer Max Yasuda said the concept car was the most important vehicle on the company's motor show stand.
"The startling paintwork, dramatic lines and sporty appearance of this concept car convey the excitement and passion in our company to produce Australia's first hybrid car," Mr Yasuda said.
"The hybrid Camry - which will share some key design features with the HC-CV - will play a key role in bringing the future to the Australian automotive manufacturing sector.