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This might be how the facelifted Camry will look like

By Faiming_low on 01 Sep 2014

Attached Image Toyota debuted its global market XV-50 Camry at the recent Moscow Motor Show and this might be pretty close to the ASEAN version which we should be receiving in the not-too-distant future.
Attached Image As seen in the photos, the exterior gets a refreshed front end which includes new headlamps that would likely be LED-powered as seen on its younger brother, the Altis.
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Attached Image The rear receives a similarly slight amount of restyling, comprising of a new rear bumper and new taillights. The rims are also new.
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Attached Image Moving inside, the biggest change would be the new steering wheel design which looks much sportier now. A new instrumental cluster, which now comes with a 4.2-inch colour TFT display and an updated center console consisting of a bigger screen, feature.
Mechanically, it seems that Toyota carried its engines and gearboxes from the current car over without much changes.

toyota, camry, facelift, xv-50

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Thaiyotakamli Sep 01 2014 01:56 AM

the exterior still cmi

Watwheels Sep 01 2014 08:22 AM

Although there are certain bold stylings on the exterior but overall they manage to make it less desirable. Perhaps this segment is too competitive. Toyota needs to work on that interior.

Twich Sep 01 2014 11:06 AM
Camry did very well in America. The design is cater for American market. Camry is selling nearly 400,000 units per year.
Hamburger Sep 01 2014 11:33 AM

Is blue dial natural to the eyes?


The ody I had for 5 yrs seems ok but the camry seems overly blue. Or is it me??

Fuelsaver Sep 01 2014 01:15 PM

Altis still nicer on the outside. For interior, they could have used / provided option of piano black / walnut / carbon trim instead of wood trim.

Kho Sep 02 2014 03:59 PM

hmmm.. it's still not that impressive. Would be better to improve on the interior.

Chucky2007 Sep 02 2014 06:25 PM
My god.. wait wait.. What's the diff to the current made in Thailand model or the current Lexus? Is it a hybrid? Hybrid design of on going Lexus and ongoing Camry?
Faiming_low Sep 02 2014 10:23 PM

This might be how the upcoming facelift for our current Thailand-made Camry will look.  We think the interior looks better already!


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