We don’t have to remind you of the tumultuous past 12 months Toyota has endured, but the company is on the mend and is now working on a new generation of models to help solidify its image and rebuild its tattered reputation for building some of the most reliable cars on the planet.
One model in particular is crucial for Toyota’s recovery, the all-new 2012 Toyota Camry, which is set to bow in this fall.
The video below features the company’s president and CEO Akio Toyoda talking up the new Camry and provides a brief glimpse at some of the car’s new details. Toyoda boasts that this Camry will be his company’s best ever and that it will exceed buyer’s expectations. He also promises that the new Camry will be a "remarkable car in terms of handling, safety and fuel economy."
He'd better hope so as tough new competition, especially from the likes of Hyundai and sister brand Kia, are putting the squeeze on Toyota.
Check out the video below and look out for the new 2012 Toyota Camry this fall.