The 2015 Toyota Camry for the international markets has made its global premiere at the 2014 Moscow International Auto Salon (Moscow Motor Show 2014) today.
The D segment sedan, though sitting on the same platform, is a lot different than the facelift of the sportier US-spec version that debuted at the New York show earlier this year. The refreshed Camry's front fascia has been given a comprehensive makeover which involves an hexagonal chrome-lined grille with parabolic slats.
The revised headlamp houses LED daytime running light elements and has a pronounced kink where it meets the grille. A striking secondary air dam with integrated foglights rounds off the front end design. The silhouette of the car is retained while the rear fascia gets minor updates like a reprofiled bumper.
Inside, a new three-spoke multifunction steering wheel and a redesigned instrument console bring about the change. The centre console gets a minor revision and that's where the changes end.
The existing sedan's engine lineup is retained, meaning you get a 2.5-litre four-cylinder petrol and a 3.5-litre V6 petrol engine. The former is also available in a hybrid guise.