Toyota Refreshes Camry; Minor exterior and interior changes

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The Japanese car giant Toyota, recently showcased its refreshed 2010 Camry at the Detroit Auto Show.

The differences compared to the existing Camry is not that much- a new bumper with bigger air intakes, more sharply designed headlamps and foglamps, 16-inch wheels and the grille receives more chrome work.

On the inside the audio system is all new. Toyota has also changed the material used on the seats, which is more gentle on the skin. The rest of the dash remains same with an LCD screen at the center. At the rear, the taillights have been changed.

Overall a very minor facelift to the Camry which we expect in India shortly.

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