Camry Hybrid Rose:a Brilliant Compliment to the Vehicle - Toyota Parts Blog

2010 Toyota Camry Interior

2010 Toyota Camry Interior

So you’ve heard about the 2010 Hybrid Camry, a efficient 4 door sedan designed for the “sensible and sensational” consumer. With its 2.5-liter four cylinder engine and estimated 33 mpg, the Camry is one of the hottest cars out there, and it makes the dreaded gas pump not so scary.

Both the interior and exterior of the 2010 Camry have been redesigned, and the changes give it a sleek but fierce look. The front exterior has a new grille and restyled fog lights, while the wheels gained 16-inch alloy wheels. The interior, however, is where this vehicle really shines. The console has the latest Toyota Camry Parts, featuring a touch screen navigation system, it also has a revamped audio interface allowing listeners to connect devices via bluetooth, USB, AUX, and also the capability to stream MP3 files.

In Australia, where the automobile is manufactured, the 2010 Hybrid Camry was released along with, get this; The Hybrid Camry Rose. Yes,I am referring to the red flower you probably gave someone yesterday on Valentine’s day. The scientists at Toyota worked very hard to produce this hybrid flower, which is specially designed to thrive in dry climates, such as the Australian outback.

Hybrid Camry Rose

Hybrid Camry Rose

Both the sedan and flower were produced to combine two largely different ideas; a beautiful and powerful image portrayed on the inside, while having great fuel efficiency or, in the rose, surviving in a dry climate. Toyota has been doing this to show how something very technical and reliable can be visually pleasing as well.

The flower was presented as an exclusive promotion in Australia for the 2010 Hybrid Camry. The whole country is very excited to be producing the vehicle because it is one of their first locally manufactured Toyota cars, and the flower was presented to the attendees of the unveiling. So, next time you see Toyota Camry Parts on the road, who knows, they might be from Australia, where hybrid roses rule the outback!

Written by Tom Blackman