On the previous generation Camry, the exhaust pipe connected to the muffler hangs down more than any other car on the road. When you're behind one it's very noticeable and looks as though it would scrape the ground on anything that's taller than a few inches. I always wondered why an otherwise soild car would have such a glaring aesthetic flaw as well as a possible repair issue. Now, however, I'm beginning to think it's intentional, because the new Camrys have the same "problem." Does anyone know why Toyota didn't have the exhaust contour the bottom of the car (out of sight) like just about every other car out there?