Toyota launches the sedan Camry and Avalon 2020 models.

Just now that winter is beginning, Toyota launches its Toyota Camry and Toyota Avalon models with all-wheel drive (AWD)  to help drivers get a better grip on the road.

Toyota launches the sedan Camry and Avalon 2020 models.
Toyota launches the sedan Camry and Avalon 2020 models.

It would be the first Avalon with an AWD system in the brand's history and the first Camry AWD with the same network since 1991.

Toyota developed this new AWD Dynamic Torque Control system. It will be available as an option on Camry LE, XLE, SE, and XSE models and in Avalon XLE and Limited grades.

The demand for SUVs with the AWD system is increasingly high since sedan options with the all-wheel-drive system are relatively few.

Now, thanks to Toyota, there are two more options in the Toyota car catalog.

These two AWD models are assembled in Kentucky and sold only for the market in the United States.

The two models with the new AWD system feature a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 203 horsepower, 184 pound-feet of torque, and combined gas mileage of 34 miles per gallon.

From 1988 to 1991, Toyota already produced a Camry AWD called AllTrac. Both customers and dealers have been waiting for Toyota to make a modern AWD version of the US favorite sedan.

The Camry AWD will go on sale in the spring of 2020. Models available with the AWD can choose a special package for cold temperatures. The kit includes heated seats and a heated steering wheel.

The Avalon AWD will be available in 2021 and will go on sale next fall.


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