The Japanese based automaker Toyota has recently released its Super Bowl commercial for the new Camry model.
As you can see from the video posted below, the 2012 Toyota Camry is promoted by highlighting the “reinvented” word, so in it, you can see a blender that plays Lionel Richie songs, a couch with bikini-clad girls, curtains made of pizza, rain which is magically melting the pounds away or a crime-fighting houseplant and even a poop-less baby which is also a time machine.
As a reminder, for the seventh generation of the Camry, Toyota managed to add power and fuel economy, along with a low price, and in these economic conditions, customers ultimately will rank their midsize car of their choice with their dollars. Toyota says that the Camry LE, with the 2.4 liter engine, is returning an average of 35 mpg on the highway and about 25 in city.
The interior of the new Camry is actually similar to the old one, and modifications stop at moving the clock to a different location and to a new steering wheel. What comes new is the Entune, the company’s infotainment system, which operates via voice recognition. The Entune has a price lf 1.050 USD and it’s coming with some interesting applications, starting with Bing and ending with Pandora.