Toyota introduced a substantial mid-cycle restyling to the Camry XV50 at the 2014 New York International Auto Show in April 2014. The changes, applicable to the entire Camry range and dubbed the "big minor change" (not a new generation), consisted mainly of the alteration of most of the exterior panels – only the roof remained unchanged. The powertrain remained unchanged from the pre-facelift model.
The facelift included an aggressive front bumper featuring a wider and more prominent trapezoidal grille shape. The interior received a more premium appearance, with improved materials and amenities. The window and door seals were improved to reduce wind and road noise.
Toyota started production of restyled Camry for Russian market in November 2014. The car has a new design and a new 2.0 L 6AR-FSE engine, 150 bhp (112 kW), paired with a 6-speed automatic gearbox.
Toyota Australia commenced production of the facelift 50 Series Camry for the Australian market in April 2015.
In February 2015, for the 2016 model year, Toyota released the Special Edition Camry for the US market—limited to 12,000 units. Based on the SE model, it has unique black gloss and silver painted 18-inch alloy wheels, blue accents and stitching throughout the interior including the seats, white-faced gauges with aluminum trim, smoked taillights, Special Edition floor mats and trunk emblem. Added standard equipment include a power moonroof, keyless entry and ignition, and a Qi inductive charge pad for mobile phones. The only option was a navigation system. Available colors unique to the Special Edition Camry were either Blizzard Pearl (white) or Blue Streak Metallic. These two colors joined the regular color palette for the 2017 model year, although only available on SE and XSE models.
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