2015 Toyota Camry Design ChangesFeb 9th, 2018
The 2015 Toyota Camry is once again attempting to corner the market on mid-size family cars. Former Camry owners, however, are not likely to recognize this new 2015 model. The newest generation to come from Toyota underwent a complete overhaul, benefiting from extensive, all-new styling.
One of the best- (if not the best-) selling passenger car since 1997, the Toyota Camry just saw a redesign three years ago. But these days, it’s not uncommon to now see car manufacturers up the ante – especially Toyota. Last year Toyota’s design chief said, “Before, we made cars so as not to be disliked by anyone. In the future, out of 100 customers, we want to excite ten of them instead of not offending all 100.”
No one was offended by the Toyota Camry of the past, that’s for sure. Millions of the older, likable models are still on the road. But we think Toyota certainly made a much more exciting looking Camry. Aside from the roof, every single exterior panel was redesigned. The 2015 Camry only slightly shares a similar profile with its predecessor, opting more aggressive, modern, angular lines tastefully accented with some chrome.
The 2015 Toyota Camry comes in 10 different color options, and the heated power outside mirrors come in handy for our famous Toronto winters. If you liked the looks of the Camry before, when you see the changes we think you’ll be pleasantly surprised.
The 2015 Toyota Camry Canada release is set to be one of our biggest releases of the year. Schedule a test drive of this popular, and completely updated car as soon as you can.