About Toyota Camry
The Toyota Camry has been an international best-seller from Japanese manufacturer Toyota since 1982. According to the country's tax laws, it must retain the narrower body used on previous generations of the Camry. However, overseas demand for a larger Toyota Camry led to the developing of the more spacious XV10 sedan and wagon. They went into production in 1991. The larger XV10 was also introduced to the Japanese market in 1991 as the Toyota Sceptre. In 1993, the company began production of the XV10 coupe. It became a separate model line called the Solara in 1998. When the new narrow-cab V40 range appeared on the Japanese market in 1994, replacing the V30, the wide-cab XV10 range remained unchanged. Its successor was the XV20. It was introduced in 1996 and was named Gracia in Japan. The Japanese Toyota Camry did not return to the range of vehicles sold in the international market until the narrow V40 was discontinued in 1998. The Gracia name was withdrawn from Japanese dealerships in 1999. But it remained on vehicles until production ceased in 2001.
The new low-performance V40 range was launched in Japan in 1994 to replace the V30. But the high-performance XV10 remained unchanged. Its successor, the XV20, was introduced in 1996. In Japan, it was called Gracia. It was not until 1998. Production of the attractive V40 was discontinued. The Toyota Camry was again inspired by vehicles sold overseas. The Gracia badge was removed from Japanese dealerships in 1999 but remained on vehicles until production ceased in 2001. From 1998, the Vista ceased to be a Camry model. And for the next generation, it was launched as a separate model line with the V50 range. From 1989 to 1996, the Holden Apollo name was also used in Australia. And from 1993, V6-engined versions were called the Camry Vienta in Australia. It was renamed Toyota Vienta in 1995 but dropped in 2000. The Toyota Aurion Australia was based on the Toyota Camry V6. But it had a redesigned front and rear end and a partially redesigned cabin.
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The Celica Camry has front- and rear-wheel drive. The A40 has AWD as standard. Inline gasoline engines are 1.6-liter in the 12T-U and 1.8-liter in the 13T-U. The original model categories were 1600 LT, 1600 XT, 1800 LT, 1800 XT, and 1800 XT Super Edition. In August 1980, Toyota introduced high-end models with four-wheel independent suspension. Five-door Vista liftback versions were introduced in August 1982. But outside the export market, the Camry remained a sedan. These vehicles ranked above the relatively large Toyota Carina and Corona models in Toyota's hierarchy. The first-generation Toyota Camry was exported to Australia, Europe, and North America, unlike its predecessor.
This non-exported hardtop body was then used, with minor modifications, as the basis for the luxurious but rapidly evolving Lexus ES 250. It was produced for North American customers from June 1989 until 1991. Toyota hastily launched the ES 250 as a temporary measure to complement the newly launched Lexus range before the flagship LS 400 was launched as a stand-alone model. Toyota invested heavily and paid attention to details such as high-quality materials and build quality to stay ahead of the competition. The braking system consists of ventilated discs at the front and conventional drums at the rear. In some cars, they have been converted to discs. The vehicles are equipped with a load-sensitive proportional valve that pressurizes the braking system under load and prevents the wheels from locking under low load. The wheels on the basic V20 model have been enlarged from 13 to 14 inches.