The Camry has been one of the most popular sedans for years, not just amongst Toyota’s lineup but for buyers looking for a reliable mid-range car. Toyota has added two new trim levels, the XSE V6 and the sporty SE Hybrid, to the Camry lineup for 2015, which marks just the beginning of the changes for the latest version of the Camry. David Lee, from Toyota Product Communications, gave Autobytel an overview of the newest Camry features. The athletic new exterior design is one of the most obvious revisions to the Camry. The roof remains the same, but every other body panel has been changed. The new front end features a bumper design with honeycomb mesh inserts and a contoured hood, and the new rear end has an integrated spoiler on the trunk lid. The lighting is new all around, with redesigned headlamps and tail lamps and integrated turn signals. Toyota's engineers have upgraded the driving experience with a strengthened chassis and an updated suspension system for much better handling. This makes the 2015 Camry XSE the best-handling Camry ever. Better steering and braking systems also help improve the overall experience behind the wheel, and improved aerodynamics reduce cabin noise. Toyota emphasizes that most of the updates to the 2015 Camry are the direct result of customer feedback.