Just in time for winter weather, Toyota is adding all-wheel-drive capability to its Camry and Avalon sedans.  Developed and assembled in the U.S. exclusively for North America, the Dynamic Torque Control AWD system, adapted from the 2019 RAV4, is designed to maximize grip in slippery conditions while reducing the drag and fuel economy losses typically associated with all-wheel-drive.  This is the first-ever AWD system offered on the Avalon, while the Camry hasn't offered AWD since 1991's Camry ALLTrac.  The system will be a stand-alone option for the Camry LE, XLE, SE and XSE trim grades and on Avalon XLE and Limited trims.