Perhaps no other model name is more synonymous with Toyota than the Camry, a best-selling family sedan that greets 2015 with all-new styling, a quieter and more refined interior, retuned chassis, and a broader selection of technology features. The 2015 Toyota Yaris subcompact car has undergone a transformation of its own. The Prius adds a special-edition variant with a generous assortment of standard features and unique red paint, and the Corolla steps a bit upscale with the addition of Premium trim levels. Things are fairly quiet for Toyota's lineup of 2015 trucks, SUVs/crossovers, and vans. The company has even thinned the herd, so to speak, by discontinuing the FJ Cruiser. Among the players still in the game, the Sienna minivan leads with styling and equipment revisions, while the 4Runner, Tacoma, and Tundra are poised to tackle trails with even more tenacity, courtesy of new TRD Pro Series variants. The 5-passenger Venza incorporates a standard rearview camera and modifies the availability of its V-6 engine, and the popular RAV4 adds a couple of new colors, but for the rest of the group--including the Highlander, Land Cruiser, and the Sequoia--2015 is the year of the status quo for Toyota trucks.