The all-new 2018 Toyota Camry is a (relative) blast to drive and — deep breath — it looks like it, too. No, you don't need glasses, and this isn't some wacky alternative universe: Toyota has made the best-selling car in the United States look good.
Toyota's designers intended for the new Camry to have a more aggressive stance. To that end, they have lengthened, widened and lowered the car. Additionally, the hood height has been lowered by nearly 2 inches compared to the previous version and the car's profile has improved significantly with a new roofline. Check out our gallery of exterior shots below to see the changes.
SE and XSE trim levels go wild with the performance look, ditching the more pedestrian trim levels' wide seven-slat grille for a split design with an hourglass-shaped mesh design flanked by large openings in front of each wheel. Sculpted rocker panels, a rear spoiler, four(!) tailpipes and a unique rear diffuser round out the differences on the body of the car. The icing on the cake is the set of 19-inch wheels that replaces the LE and XLE's 18-inchers.
Click here to read our first drive of the 2018 Toyota Camry, and click here to see how much more expensive the 2018 model is than the 2017.