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Adding throttle short of the kickdown gets you absolutely nothing.
Engaging the kickdown results in a cacophonous dropping of gears followed by a thrash forward but little actual acceleration unless you are 100 percent flat on it.
It’s frankly impressive and I wonder if this Camry is not perhaps the fastest non-turbo four-cylinder Japanese-brand family sedan of all time.
Unfortunately, if you’re not pressing the pedal into the carpet the transmission’s eagerness to grab the highest possible gear robs the engine of any possible urgency.
This car boasts class-leading power, massively aggressive looks, and a price that re-emphasizes the company’s desire for sales leadership away from the fleets.
On paper at least, it’s a significant improvement over the old car.
There are spoilers and quasi-splitters and pseudo-air-extractors aplenty.
The no-fuss, slab-sided look of the 2012 Camry underwent a significant corruption in the mid-cycle refresh, presumably to prepare us for this flame-surfaced, furious-faced lump of a sedan.
The saggy nose and tail are surprisingly reminiscent of the 2007 model, which is not good news.
In SE trim, the car fairly bristles with scattershot surface excitement.
Moving the Lexus-feeling shift lever over to “Sport” should fix the situation, but what you get instead is a frankly bizarre transmission program in which the driver is expected to make the shifts (via the small wheel-mounted paddles) sometimes and let the car do it other times.
The gear display will flat out lie to you, as is shown in this image of the center screen that claims “S8” when the car is actually in sixth.