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2015 Toyota Camry Facelift Launching on April 30, 2015 in India

Snapshot: The 2015 Toyota Camry facelift would come with several cosmetic changes and would be offered with both petrol as well as hybrid engines.

Toyota India would launch the keenly-awaited 2015 Camry facelift on April 30, 2015 in the country. Just a couple of days back, the Japanese autogiant launched the updated Camry hybrid in the Indonesian market. The 2015 Toyota Camry facelift would come with several cosmetic changes and would be offered with both petrol as well as hybrid engines. For your information, the new Camry sedan was unveiled at the 2014 Moscow Motor Show in November.

Talking about the cosmetic changes in length, it would flaunt a new front fascia with redesigned headlamps and an all-new chrome grille. It also has LED daytime running lights with a new bumper at the front. The exterior designing of Camry reflects Toyota's new design language which is already being seen in the new Corolla Altis. 2015 Toyota Camry would have a fresh design of alloy wheels, while at the rear it would have LED tail-lamp cluster. There would be a chrome strip - though thinner than the current model - at the bootlid. Inside the cabin, Toyota has incorporated a new 3-spoke multi-function sports steering wheel in place of the earlier 4-spoke unit. Also, the sedan gets an improved instrument cluster and bigger screen. The touch-screen infotainment system is also larger and measures 6.1 inches.

Mechanically, the 2015 Toyota Camry would be unchanged and would continue using both the existing petrol and hybrid engines. The petrol variant would in-house a 2.5L 4-cylinder engine which generates a maximum power output of 179bhp and peak torque performance of 233Nm. The hyrbid version would be powered by a 2.5L engine which would pump out a maximum power of 202bhp. The petrol powertrain would be linked to a 6-speed automatic gearbox, while the hybrid version would be paired with an e-CVT transmission. The Toyota Camry facelift would cost around Rs. 1 Lakh more than the ongoing model and moreover, a few company dealers are offering a heavy discount of Rs. 1-2 Lakhs on the current model to clear up the old stock and make way for the new model.

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