Toyota has revealed the facelifted version of the top selling Camry sedan at the Moscow Auto Show 2014. The D-Segment sedan has gotten itself a mid-life refresh to keep up with the changing times. The facelifted Camry will be making its way to India in 2015. The India-spec Camry Facelift will arrive through the completely knocked down (CKD) route. Coming to the facelift, the changes to the car are purely cosmetic in nature.
The facelifted, 2015 Camry sedan gets a refreshed front fascia replete with a revised chrome grille up. This design combination makes the luxury sedan look a lot more aggressive and sporty in terms of character. The headlamps have been tweaked to bring them in line with Toyota’s new design philosophy. As a consequence, the headlamps of the 2015 Camry Facelift now look somewhat similar to those of the Corolla. The headlamps also get integrated daytime running LEDs. Chrome lovers will be enthused to see the chrome strip that finds a prominent position on the bonnet.
The air dam up front is also aggressively styled, by Toyota standards that is, and houses the trapezoidal fog lamps. The tail lamps have been mildly refreshed but look quite similar to the existing ones. The rear bumper gets reprofiled to be in sync with the overall facelift. The side profile has remain unchanged though, with the alloy wheel design being the only new item. In terms of the interiors, the 2015 Camry gets a new instrument console with a 4.2 inch TFT display. The centre console gets a 6.1 inch/7 inch touchscreen infotainment system while the steering wheel also sees a mild refresh.
As far as the engine options are concerned, they remain the same globally (3.5 litee petrol V6 and 2.5 litre petrol I4). The Indian version of the 2015 Camry is very likely to use the same 4 cylinder, 2.5 liter petrol engine with 179 Bhp – 233 Nm outputs. The car will also retain its hybrid option.