2022 Toyota Camry Hybrid facelift launched at Rs 41.7 lakh
Toyota has launched the 2022 Camry Hybrid facelift in India at a price of Rs 41.7 lakh, ex-showroom, representing a nominal price hike over the outgoing model. Changes to the Camry Hybrid are pretty nominal in themselves, with a new grille, new front bumper, and new 18-inch alloy wheels, with a new 9-inch floating touchscreen infotainment screen rounding off the list. No mechanical changes have been made to hybrid powertrain, consisting of a 2.5-litre Atkinson cycle petrol engine with 218PS, coupled with an electric motor/battery.
2022 Toyota Camry Hybrid - what's new?
Specifically, the new grille on the Camry Hybrid facelift is slimmer, with a chrome band at the top edge complementing the middle chrome strip around the logo. The lower slats on the front bumper appear slimmer as well, with chrome trim accentuating the air dam outline. The 18-inch alloy wheels now move to a split spoke, polished design that complements the slightly snazzier look of the facelifted car, with darker tail light inserts helping the LED light elements stand out better. A new colour, Metal Stream metallic, adds to the choice of seven other exterior paint options previously available.
Inside, a floating 9-inch touchscreen infotainment screen is a worthy upgrade over the earlier model's integrated screen. It also bundles improved software UI and Android Auto/Apple CarPlay integration, and 9-speaker JBL audio. Black engineered wood trim rounds off the changes inside the car. Feature highlights include ventilated front seats, three-zone climate control, reclining rear seats, and wireless smartphone charging.
Starts Rs 41.7 Lakhs
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