At the current Moscow International Motor Show, Toyota has introduced a specifically facelifted version of its best-selling 2015 Camry. The car not only gets a visual makeover but also receives some engine updates and wide range of new features. The Russian version of the car is pretty much different from its North American sibling, which was also updated recently.

For instance, take a look at the redesigned front end and the protruding lower grille. There is also new design of the headlights, while the upper chromed grille is thinner than this of the US version. At the rear of the model we can see that the bumper has been resculpted.

The back also includes redesigned and definitely more elegant chrome strip, which runs across the entire width of the Camry. Toyota also prepared for the Russian customers new design of the alloy wheels.

The interior of the car has also undergone several modifications. The sedan features entirely new backlit instrument panel including a 4.2-inch color TFT-display mounted in its center. The steering wheel has also been restyled, while the center console features 6.1- or an available 7.0-inch screen. The equipment was also enhanced with the presence of wireless mobile charger, automatic beams and heater rear seats.

Next to the already known range of engines, Toyota is adding to the Russian version of Camry the 2.0-liter four petrol engine. It produces 150 horsepower (110 kW) and is coupled to six-speed automatic transmission. The accelerations time for the car from 0 to 100 km/h is rated at 10.4 seconds, while the average fuel consumption – at 7.2l/100km.

Source: Toyota