Along with the launch of its new labelling system, ASEAN NCAP has also announced the crash test results for the 2019 Toyota Camry. The latest XV70 model, tested in Thai-spec 2.0G form, scored a full five-star safety rating with a total score of 91.47%.

Taking a closer look at the results, the Camry received 35.31 points out of a possible 36 for adult occupant protection (AOP), with 15.31 points in the frontal offset impact test, a full 16 points in the side impact test and a full four points for head protection technologies (HPT). As the AOP evaluation makes up 50% of the total score, that results in a percentage score of 49.04%.

As for child occupant protection (COP), the sedan secured 44.44 points out of 49, including a full 16 points for frontal impact, a full eight points for side impact, 11.44 points for ease of installation and nine points for an assessment of child seat-friendly features, leading to a percentage score of 22.68% out of 25.

Last but not least is the car’s Safety Assist score, for which the Camry received 14.22 points out of 18. This includes a full eight points for effective braking and avoidance technologies, three points for seat belt reminders, 1.22 points for blind spot technologies and a full two points for advanced safety assistance technologies, resulting in a percentage score of 19.75% out of 25.

The Toyota Camry is available in Malaysia in a single 2.5V variant, priced at RM189,900. It comes with seven airbags, ABS with EBD and brake assist, stability control, ISOFIX rear child seat anchors and the full Toyota Safety Sense suite of driver assists. This includes a Pre-Collision System (autonomous emergency braking), Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist, Dynamic Radar Cruise Control and Automatic High Beam.