Toyota has revealed prices and specifications for UK versions of its latest Camry saloon before order books open on 1 April.
It will be available in two trim levels. The entry-level Design, priced from £29,995, comes with 17in alloy wheels, a leather interior, dual-zone air conditioning, keyless entry and ignition, parking sensors, a rear-view camera and heated seats as standard.
The Excel starts from £31,295 and adds LED fog lights, blindspot monitoring, wireless smartphone charging and lane-changing assistance.
Both variants will be available in five paint colours, including white and grey, from launch.
Each is also equipped with an 8.0in touchscreen infotainment system as standard, plus a 10.0in head-up display and 7.0in information display between the instrument dials.
Beige and black leather are the only interior options, and a power reclining function for the seat will be an option.
The Camry fills the void left by the Avensis and presents a new rival to the Ford Mondeo. It remained on sale in other markets during its UK absence, and in fact ranks as the world’s best-selling saloon.
It's available exclusively with a hybrid powertrain, comprising a 2.5-litre four-cylinder engine and an electric motor, that provides 215bhp and 163lb ft of torque. Toyota says that 0-62mph passes in 8.3sec and the Camry will reach 112mph.
This hybrid system, already offered in the new RAV4, is self-charging and makes the Camry a rival to the likes of the Mondeo Hybrid and Volkswagen Passat GTE. Toyota said it expects vehicles fitted with this powertrain to operate exclusively on electric power for roughly 50% of the time in urban driving situations.