Ever since its dispatch in 2002, Toyota Camry has been the favored decision of traditionalist D- fragment vehicle purchasers who need extravagance with most extreme unwavering quality. The battle for piece of the overall industry has been solid in the fragment, with the Skoda Superb keeping up a reliable lead. In January 2019, Toyota presented the new- gen Camry at a cost of Rs. 36.95 lakhs to take on the challenge better. It accompanied another TNGA stage, more space, new highlights and improved driving elements. In an ongoing official statement, Toyota has declared that the Camry Hybrid has gotten a decent reaction from clients. It has gathered more than 400 appointments and in excess of 130 units have been sold since January 18, 2019. The producer has additionally expressed that there is a hanging tight period for the all- new Camry. In January 2019, the Camry overwhelmed Skoda Superb after quite a while recording a clearance of 94 units.
According to N Raja, deputy managing director, Toyota Kirloskar Motor, “We are delighted with the overwhelming response that the new Camry Hybrid Electric Vehicle or self- charging EV has received from customers across India. It is encouraging for us to see that the customers have recognized the enhanced product with advanced hybrid technology with smart intuitive features unparalleled drive experience, luxury, quality, reliability and safety. We have more than 400 bookings already. We have sold more than 130 units since launch on January 18, 2018. We believe customers will understand and appreciate the benefits of clean and green-friendly self- charging electric vehicles. We are capitalizing all our efficiency to reduce the current waiting period for the Camry HEV.”