Toyota Goes All-In on All-Wheel Drive

© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience
Camry AWD in Snow
On the slippery, snow-covered course at our press event in Utah, the new Camry AWD accelerated up the inclined course entry with no difficulty. Although the Camry’s system does not use torque vectoring, the stability control works surprisingly well with the all-wheel drive system, keeping the car on the intended path as we followed tight turns of the course. The Camry makes a lot of grinding and other mechanical noises as the traction control and ABS work together to keep the car on track, but these sounds are to be expected.

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