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2015 Toyota Camry Hybrid Facelift Launched at Rs. 31.92 Lakhs

2015 Toyota Camry Hybrid Facelift Launched at Rs. 31.92 Lakhs

Snapshot: Just so you know, the new Camry would also get the benefit of Indian Government's FAME scheme of upto Rs. 70,000.

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Toyota India has launched the 2015 Camry Hybrid facelift at a sticker price of Rs. 31.92 Lakhs (Ex. Showroom, Delhi) in the country, while the pure petrol variant is priced at Rs. 28.80 Lakhs (Ex. Showroom, Delhi). The new Toyota Camry Hybrid comes with several cosmetic upgrades both at the outside as well as inside; however, it remains unchanged, mechanically. Just so you know, the new Camry would also get the benefit of Indian Government's FAME scheme of upto Rs. 70,000.

As far as exterior appearance is concerned, the new Toyota Camry flaunts an all-new front fascia with restyled bumper, trapezoidal headlamps with daytime running LEDs, and bigger chrome finished air dams with round foglight enclosures. The Camry Hybrid facelift rides on newly-designed 17-inch alloy wheels, while the rest of the side profile of the sedan is identical to its predecessor. Coming to the rear end of the sedan, the new Camry gets LED tail-lamps, tweaked bumper and a chrome strip on the bootlid, which makes it more exquisite and rich in appearance. The exterior styling of new Camry reflects Toyota's new design language, which can be also seen in new Corolla Altis.

The interiors get a major update over the pre-facelifted model as the new Camry boasts a new 3-spoke multi-functional sports steering wheel as compared to outgoing model's old and conventional 4-spoke steering. The dashboard is also tweaked and there is a touch-screen infotainment system with a high resolution screen. The interiors are finished in beige color, while blue mood lighting further accentuates the premiumness of the cabin.

Mechanically, it is the same Camry altogether. The new Camry is powered by the same 2.5L engine which makes a maximum power of 181PS with the petrol variant, while generating 160PS with the Hybrid version. In addition, the 2015 Toyota Camry Hybrid also in-houses an electric motor, which has a maximum power output of 143PS. However, the maximum combined power output of the Camry Hybrid is 205PS, because the electric motor as well as petrol engine attain their top powers at a different point. The pure petrol variant of the Camry facelift is mated to a 6-speed automatic gearbox, while hybrid variant uses an electronically controlled CVT.

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