Touched by the lavish gratitude of opulence, Toyota launched new Camry in India for a price of Rs 28.80 lakh. The hybrid version rolled out costs Rs 31.92 lakh. Both prices are ex-showroom Delhi.
As far as the amendment goes, changes are carried out externally and internally. From the front once can make out by those distinct headlamps with LED lights, consisted of halogen lamps for high beams, fresh front bumper, newly structured air dam, and fog lamps infused into it. A chrome strip covers the entire air dam, which by any means will surely entice the Indians.
Turning to rear, the bumper is tweaked for a better appearance, where boot lid is also slightly tweaked. A chrome strip ruining across the tip of lid divides the tail lamps. The wheels shod to petrol powered Camry facelift measures 16-inch, where the settled the account with the set of 17-inch.
Inside cabin, the driver’s vision cabin holds new instrument cluster with blue backlit, a 4.2-inch information display and others. The central console now includes a 6.1-inch media screen, wood finish and other few bits.