Toyota has unveiled the 2015 Camry for the international markets at the 2014 Moscow International Auto Salon on August 27.
The new model is based on the same platform (XV50), but gets comprehensive styling updates and looks different from the current model on sale in India. There was also a US-spec facelifted version presented at the New York Show earlier this year, but this one looks a lot different from that too.
The refreshed car gets hexagonal chrome-lined grille with parabolic slats and revised headlamps that houses LED daytime running lights. A remarkable secondary air dam with integrated fog lights adds flair to the stylish front end. The rear has somewhat been ignored and the only noticeable difference is the re-profiled bumper and the tail lights.
The changes inside are the new three-spoke multifunction steering wheel and a redesigned instrument console with minor tweaks to the centre console.
It will be powered by a 2.5-litre four-cylinder petrol and a 3.5-litre V6 petrol engine internationally. In India, we can expect the 2.5-litre four-cylinder mill to do the duty in hybrid and standard guise.
We can expect Toyota to launch the Camry within the next six months in India, which logically positions the launch date to sometime early next year.
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