AAH #383 – The All New Camry In Portlandia

June 22nd, 2017 at 2:30pm

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TOPIC: 2018 Toyota Camry

The largest selling car in America just got a full redo: And what a “do” it is. Join the AFTER HOURS team on-the-road in beautiful rural Oregon as Toyota’s top brass give us the inside scoop on everything that’s new about the 2018 Camry; And here’s a hint about what you’ll see… they’re saying that the only thing that stayed the same on the new car is the Toyota logo.

01:55 – Jack Hollis, Group VP, Toyota Division
13:44 – Ian Cartabiano, Chief Designer, Toyota Camry
34:20 – Masato Katsumata, Chief Engineer, Toyota Camry

44:00 – PANEL DISCUSSION: John McElroy, Autoline.tv; Gary Vasilash, Automotive Design & Production; Nina Russin, Carspondent.com; Tara Weingarten, Vroomgirls.com

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3 Comments to “AAH #383 – The All New Camry In Portlandia”

  1. Remmy Says:

    Very, very nice car. Surprised that I like this one so much. I do have a pretty obvious question though; what do the American car companies have, that stands up to this kind of scrutiny, to combat Toyota’s onslaught in this segment?

  2. NormV Says:

    Everyone is moving on from sedans to crossovers and small cuvs. That’s why I thought Tara Weingarten’s gloating over Toyota Camry sort of strange. Then I went to her website and all I saw was Toyota ads. That explains things. Please don’t invite her back

  3. Kit Gerhart Says:

    It’s a nice car, but there’s still no hatch or wagon. A hatch version of the hybrid would make Prius obsolete.