There's just one saloon body style and one hybrid engine option for Camry buyers, but you do get a choice of trim levels - 'Design' (which costs around £30,000) and plusher 'Excel' (which will set you back around £1,200 more). There's lots of kit included as standard, with both versions getting leather upholstery, powered seats and the Toyota Touch 2 with Go multimedia and navigation system. This incorporates DAB reception, Bluetooth phone connection, audio streaming and Advanced Voice Recognition.
You also get the 'Toyota Safety Sense' package, which uses both a camera and a millimetre-wave radar to gain a high level of potential hazard detection. They are deployed in a Pre-Collision System with pedestrian detection, full-range Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Departure Alert, Automatic High Beam and Road Sign Assist. The Pre-Collision System operates at speeds between 6 and 112mph, detecting objects on the road ahead and reducing the risk of a collision. If it determines that a collision is likely, it prompts the driver to brake with audible and visual warnings.