Toyota gave the Camry a whole new look for 2015, keeping only the roofline. It adds up to a graceful, handsome appearance.
Up front, the Camry features a thin upper grille with a wide lower maw that fans out toward the bottom, giving the car the look of a mechanical catfish. It's bold but not off-putting. This, plus a fairly wide track make the front end appear wide. The headlights have a swept back design with clear lenses and nice detailing, and upper trims get LED daytime running lamps. Along the sides, there’s a character line that slopes down from the rear toward the front wheels. The side sheet metal flows front to rear, ending with a lip spoiler on SE, Special Edition, and XSE models. At the rear, there’s a curved bar of brightwork that turns down to partially frame the taillights.
About the only thing on the exterior that we find a bit strange is the glossy black area just behind the rear doors. It appears as if designers were trying to visually extend the window line, but in a way that impresses as somewhat tacky up close.
Inside, Toyota offers cloth, a SofTex suede-like material, and leather and sport leather seat materials. Most models get a 6.1-inch touchscreen front and center, while V-6 models are upgraded to a 7.0-inch screen, and the center stack has large knobs and buttons. The dash is also accented by stitching to add both texture and eye appeal.