- It is Rs 50,000 more expensive than the pre-facelift version.
- It gets a new front bumper, new alloy wheels and a new touchscreen unit.
- It gets three-zone climate control and 10-way power adjustable driver’s seat.
- It has been given the 2.5 liter petrol engine with which an electric motor is also available.
- The battery is being given a warranty of 8 years or 1.6 lakh kilometers (whichever is earlier).
Toyota has launched the facelift Camry in India. It has been introduced in a fully loaded variant, which has been priced at Rs 41.7 lakh (ex-showroom pan India). It is Rs 50,000 more expensive than the pre-facelift model.
The look of the 2022 Toyota Camry is similar to the European model. It has got some cosmetic updates. It gets a new front bumper, lower/upper grille (with chrome insert) and newly designed 18-inch alloy wheels. There has also been a change in its LED taillights, in which new internal elements have been given.
Toyota has introduced it in Platinum White Pearl, Silver Metallic, Graphics Metallic, Red Mica, Attitude Black and Burning Black.
The interior has also received many updates. The facelifted Camry gets a 9.0-inch free-floating touchscreen system (with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay), new badges and black leather seat upholstery. Apart from this, features like 10-way power-adjustable driver seat, wireless phone charger, heads-up display, 9-speed JBL sound system with subwoofer and three-zone climate control have also been provided.
For safety, features like nine airbags, park assist, vehicle stability control, traction control, hill start assist and tire pressure monitoring have been provided.
There has been no change in its engine. It has been given the 2.5 liter petrol engine, along with an electric motor. Their combined power output is 218 PS. It has been given a CVT gearbox with the engine. The facelift sedan gets three driver modes: Sport, Eco and Normal.
With the battery of the Facelift Camry, the company is giving a warranty of up to 8 years or 1.6 lakh km (whichever is earlier). Currently, there is no car directly in its comparison in India.