Those that were hoping that the Toyota Camry and Toyota Avalon will be offered with an all-wheel-drive system will be happy to learn that the vehicle will finally be getting it.
Thanks to the TNGA flexible architecture that the vehicles are riding on, the engineers were able to do a little magic and turn it into an AWD. To make sure the vehicle stays fuel-efficient, the Dynamic Torque Control AWD will remain disengaged when it is not needed.
If the system detects that is slippage, an system will automatically send 50% of the torque to the rear wheels. With all the upgrades, the AWD version of the Camry will now weigh 165pounds more.
As exciting as that sounds, you won’t be able to get one this summer as Toyota announce that the Camry AWD will only go on sale early spring next year while the Avalon AWD will only be arriving next Autumn.