2015 Toyota Camry (facelift) launched in India at INR 28.8 Lakhs – IAB Report

Posted on: May 1, 2015 - 10:30am IST

Features an improved design and many new safety features.

Toyota Kirloskar Motor has launched the facelifted Camry in India, offering a choice between a petrol or a petrol-hybrid. The official prices (ex-showroom Delhi) are:

  • Toyota Camry Petrol – INR 28,80,000
  • Toyota Camry Hybrid – INR 31,92,000
2015 Toyota Camry front three quarter official image
On the exterior front, the 2015 Toyota Camry sports a sporty and appealing design.

On the exterior front, the 2015 Toyota Camry sports an aggressive front end featuring a redesigned front bumper with a bigger central air intake, slimmer grille flanked by new headlamps housing LED daytime running lights. The hybrid variant gets a new grille pattern and turn indicators on the small intakes. The rear features a chrome bar running through the taillights. Higher variants will come with LED taillights.

Inside, the facelifted Camry comes with a levy of new tech upgrades such as a three-zone climate control air conditioning, and power-adjustable rear seats.

2015 Toyota Camry interior official image
Inside, the facelifted Camry comes with a levy of new tech upgrades including power-adjustable rear seats and three-zone climate control air conditioning.

Power is sourced from the same 2.5-litre four-cylinder petrol engine producing 181 PS of power at 6,000 rpm and 233 Nm of torque at 4,100 rpm. It comes paired to a standard 6-speed automatic transmission.

The hybrid version delivers 205 PS and 451 Nm of torque, and transfers power through an electronically controlled CVT. It returns a fuel efficiency figure of 19.16 km/l with corresponding CO2 emission of 122.8 g/km.

2015 Toyota Camry front official image
The hybrid version delivers 205 PS and 451 Nm of torque, and transfers power through an electronically controlled CVT transmission.

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Also to be noted is that the Government of India is offering an incentive of INR 70,000 as part of the FAME initiative, which focuses on improving the popularity of alternate fuel vehicles. You can get further details on the product in the press release attached below the gallery.

Toyota Camry/ Camry Hybrid – Image Gallery

2015 Toyota Camry (facelift) launched at INR 28.8 Lakhs – Press Release

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