Toyota Camry 2015 Unveiled, Undergoes Radical Redesign

The Toyota Camry is one car that has undergone many design changes over the years.  Current design is quite compact compared to previous models but it’s one of the best selling cars from the Japanese automaker.  At the New York Auto Show, Toyota has unveiled the 2015 version of the Camry and the photos show a car that is so much different from the current design.

If there’s one immediately noticeable design element in the 2015 Toyota Camry, it’s the presence of more curved lines.  The smooth lines actually remind me of the Hyundai Sonata, especially from the back.  The overall design is more aggressive than what we’ve seen from Toyota so far and some can see this as a good thing, but others of course would think otherwise.

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The 2015 Toyota Camry sports a radically new design.

The 2015 Toyota Camry unveiled in the US should most likely be the Camry that will be sold in the Philippines considering that Toyota doesn’t change its designs so much for international versions.  In this sense, Toyota is different from Honda.

Here are more photos of the 2015 Toyota Camry.

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