Toyota Camry that was launched in India in 2012 is all set to go for a mid-cycle facelift in India next year. The Toyota Camry facelift was first unveiled at the Moscow Motor Show in November, this year. The facelifted Camry is expected to be launched in India in 2015. The exteriors and interiors of the facelifted Camry get noticeable changes. The facelifted Camry sports re-styled headlamps with LED daytime running lamps and the new grille with a band of chrome on top of it and a redesigned bumper.
The mildly styled boot lid and the new LED inserts on the tail lamps add a new effect to the rear styling. The updated Camry is expected to get new alloy wheel designs and the chrome strip on the boot lid (that is now thinner) divides the tail lamp into two parts. The interiors of the 2015 Toyota Camry feature an updated instrument cluster with blue backlight and 4.2-inch screen at the centre. The updated car also gets a 3-spoke multi function steering wheel different from the 4-spoke unit in the current model. On the centre console, the multimedia screen is 6.1 inches big.
The facelifted Toyota Camry is likely to continue with the petrol and petrol hybrid engine that is on offer, currently. The 2015 Toyota Camry will be assembled in India via CKD kits to make the car affordable. The same process was followed for the current model as well. Now, we have to wait and watch, if the facelifted Toyota Camry would generate better response among Indian buyers. For over 12 years, Toyota Camry has been the bestselling car in America but in India it hardly sells about 100 units a month. Stay tuned for more updates on the launch.