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Mechanical & Performance
-4.6L iFORCE V8 DOHC 32V with Dual Independent VVT -i 310 hp/327 Ib-ft
-6 Speed Automatic Trans w/Sequential Shift
-TripleTech Frame: Fully-Boxed Fr Sectional Reinforced C Under Cab, Open C Under Bed
-3.909 Rear Differential w/9.5" Ring Gear
-Automatic Limited-Slip Differential
-Ind Coil-Spring High-Mounted Double Wishbone Front Suspension w/Stabilizer Bar
-Trapeziodal Multi-Leaf Rear Suspension w/Staggered Outboard Mounted Shocks
-Power-Assisted 4 Wheel Disc Brakes
-18" Styled Still Wheels w/P255/70R 18 Tires
Safety & Convenience
-Star Safety System: Vehicle Stability Control (VSC). Traction Control (TRAC). Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS) with Electronic Brake Force Distribution (EBD), Brake Assist (BA), & Smart Stop Technology (SST)
-Dr & Fr Pass Advanced Airbag System
-Dr &Fr Pass Seat Side & Knee Airbags
-Roll-Sensing Curtain Airbags (RSCA)
-3-Point seat belts for All Positions with Driver ELR &ARL/ELR for All Passengers
-Tire Pressure Monitor System (TPMS)
-6.5' Double Walled Bed w/Rail Caps
-Chrome Bumpers & Chrome Grille Surround
-Daytime Running Lights (DRL)
-Easy Lower and Lift Tailgate
-40/20/40 Split Fold-Down 8 Way Driver & 4-Way Passenger Adjustable Front Bench Seat
-Dual Zone Air Conditioning
-AM/FM CD w/MP3/WMA, 6-Speakers, Aux Jack
-Power Windows/Door Locks/Heated Mirrors
-Tilt Steering Wheel with Column Shifter
-Cruise Control, Engine Immobilizer
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Not all so-called Memorandum of Understanding pacts end in actual collaborations. For instance, after a two-year "feasibility study," Toyota and Ford have just announced that they will not be developing hybrid systems for use in light trucks and SUVs as previously planned, and the two automakers will instead continue to develop their own hybrid technology independently.
The would-be collaboration was first announced in August of 2011, and would have seen a rear-wheel-drive hybrid platform that would "improve the efficiency of trucks and SUVs while still allowing them to be driven in the way customers expect," according to our initial post on the topic.
Keep in mind that this announcement isn't to say we shouldn't expect hybrid pickups and SUVs from the two automakers, but that they probably aren't coming very soon - Ford says it will have a system "before the end of this decade" and we haven't heard much from Toyota on the hybrid truck front since the 2008 A-BAT Concept (pictured above) - and that they will not share any components between them (and they never have, for what it's worth).
Sometimes, looks can be deceiving. This is certainly one of those times, as Toyota successfully trolled the entirety of the media corps at the 2014 SEMA Show by rolling an innocent-looking Camry onto the floor... only to lift literally the entirety of its body to reveal an 850-horsepower, tube-framed dragster. Well, we have been asking for a more driver-oriented Toyota.
While it's designed to go fast in a straight line, the origin of the Camry Dragster's parts might be surprising. The 5.7-liter V8 engine, transmission, rear axle and electronics were plucked from the Toyota Tundra pickup. Toyota Racing Development donated a supercharger, while a wet-nitrous-injection system was also tacked on for that little extra something. Those goodies will help propel this anonymous looking monster through the quarter mile in just 9.8 seconds.
"This is the most extreme build we've ever unveiled at SEMA," said Toyota's motorsports chief Steve Appelbaum said in a statement. "The transformation from seemingly stock Camry to full-blown racecar just shocks the senses. Chuck Wade and the team at Motorsports Technical Center did a truly spectacular job executing the vision of this project."
Eleven months after Toyota claimed the 2012 sales crown a couple of months early thanks to the Camry, the headlines this year have been quite a bit different to last. Even though the Camry remains the best selling car so far in 2013 and its volume has increased year-on-year, it has lost market share due to the 20-percent sales explosion in the midsize segment. That means people are buying more of the competitor offerings like the Honda Accord, Nissan Altima and Ford Fusion - the Altima, in fact, outsold the Camry by 100 units in March.
In July it was reported that Toyota was upping Camry incentives and fleet sales to keep its lead and that dealer inventory was climbing as, again, competitors got better at fighting the champion. In August Ford doubled down on production of the Fusion, adding a line in Flat Rock, MI to keep up with demand.
Bloomberg has a report looking at the numbers behind the Camry's dominance, as well as what appears to be a recorded group interview with Toyota USA CEO Jim Lentz, and wonders aloud whether the Camry will be able to hold its top spot in 2014. Barring catastrophe it has this year locked up, being more than 30,000 sales ahead of the next-best seller as of the end of August, but it has done so with higher incentives and lower transaction prices than its competitors. According to Strategic Vision the Camry's consideration rate among consumers has also declined by a percentage point, while the consideration rate for the Accord and Fusion has increased by one point and two points, respectively.