Toyota has already revealed the face-lifted Fortuner and Innova, which will make an appearance at the Auto Expo along with the refreshed Prius hybrid. What is exciting though, is the new Camry that will be launched at the show. Toyota plans on assembling the Camry from CKD kits instead of importing it whole into the country, thus improving the car's pricing.
The Fortuner and Innova get a mid-model refresh with changes to the exterior and interior. New lights, bumpers and grilles are the extent of exterior changes while on the inside, there's a new entertainment system. The Fortuner now boasts of a power adjustable driver's seat and an automatic transmission.
The Prius may not be a high volume car, but Toyota is still bringing a refreshed model for our market. This one features a different front bumper and air-dam at the front and new bumper at the rear. Interior changes are limited to a new touchscreen info-tainment system.