The new, global-market 2015 XV50 Toyota Camry facelift has been unveiled at the Moscow motor show.
Toyota has refreshed their popular D segment mid-size sedan, the Camry. The front end sees a more aggressive fascia. The massive, trapezoidal air intake is large enough to swallow parts of its competitors and has the fog lamps nestled within. The air dam is also straddled by two smaller intakes at the furthest reaches of the front bumper. A slim grille with a thick chrome bar sitting atop connects the new edgy, LED infused head lamps.
The sides remain mostly unchanged, but the rear gets a new re-sculpted bumper and a thin chrome strip bridges the tail-lamps, which are carried over from the last Camry. The alloy wheels feature a new design and appear to be relatively fresh.
The interiors get a mild update as well. For starters there’s a new back-lit instrument panel with a 4.2-inch color TFT display between the dials, an updated three spoke steering wheel and a restyled center console with a new 6.1- or 7.0-inch screen. The instrument cluster now features a two-pod layout as opposed to the pre-face-lift car’s three-pod setup.
As for the engines, the 181 hp 2.5 liter four-cylinder and 249 hp 3.5 liter V6 engines are carried over, along with the six-speed auto box. The face lifted Hybrid version hasn’t shown up yet.