While the car may look similar to its predecessor, under its skin the seventh-generation Toyota Camry is a stronger, quieter, lighter vehicle than the one it replaces. “We created the new Camry with a lightweight design, which contributes to better fuel economy, as well as improved handling, acceleration and enhanced braking performance,” Chief Engineer Yukihiro Okane says at a media event for the new ’12 model. Weight reduction is the biggest difference to the non-hybrid sedan’s ...

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