Android Users will be Thrilled with Toyota's 2020 Camry Announcement
The Toyota Camry is America’s best-selling midsize sedan. It reaches out to all demographics and appeals to many different types of people and their families. This latest generation also happens to be loaded with crucial safety features and new technology.
One of the main criteria among many car buyers is the need to stay connected through in-vehicle technology. Most of the questions I get about Toyota models center around Android Auto and Apple CarPlay and will those popular applications be in the next Toyota they buy?
2020 Camry will feature Android Auto
Toyota came through for Android phone owners and will offer Android Auto for the 2020 Toyota Camry. In fact, it will be standard equipment across all trim levels. This is really exciting news and I am thrilled for Android users who have been waiting patiently for their time to come.
Toyota will also continue offering standard Apple CarPlay and Alexa-enabled commands. When the 2018 Camry was redesigned, it came without both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, leaving buyers puzzled as to their absenses.
Fortunately, Toyota released a software update earlier this year that adds CarPlay to both the 2018 Camry and 2018 Sienna. My 2018 Camry XLE thanks you very much Toyota.
Other news about 2020 Camry
The other big news is that Toyota will soon release the 2020 Camry TRD. Look for this performance-enhanced 2020 Camry TRD to be similar in many ways to the recently-released 2020 Avalon TRD.
The Camry TRD is upgraded with track-tuned chassis upgrades, 19-inch matte black alloy wheels, an exterior aero kit and a prominent cat-back dual exhaust. It should be fascinating to both see and drive.
Look for the 2020 Toyota Camry TRD and other Camry models to reach dealerships beginning September. I cannot wait.
Time for your thoughts on the Toyota Camry
I would love to know if you own a Camry or if you plan on looking for one in the near future. Do the additions of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto affect your decision to pursue Camry?
Thanks for reading everyone. See you next story where I am discussing why the Toyota 4Runner has such a loyal following these days.
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