Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. Inc. says the ’07 Camry Solara midsize coupe will increase in price an average $382, or 1.5%, when it goes on sale in early June.

The base Solara SE with a 4-cyl. engine and 5-speed manual transmission starts at $19,930; adding an automatic brings the vehicle to $20,760.

With a V-6 engine and automatic transmission, the Solara SE is $22,260.

The Sport trim begins at $22,200 (4-cyl., 5-speed) and tops out at $24,530 for an automatic V-6 model.

The top-of-the-line SLE grade ranges from $23,905 to $26,905.

The Solara Convertible SE is $27,190 for a V-6 model with automatic transmission, and $30,460 for an SLE trim with the same configuration.

The new Solara Convertible Sport is $29,460 with a V-6 and automatic, Toyota says.

For the ’07 model year, Toyota says it has done one of its most expensive mid-year changes to date for the Camry Solara.

Changes include a redesign of the grille and front and rear bumpers; the addition of new halogen headlamps and light-emitting diode taillamps; high-intensity discharge lamps for the Sport grade, as well as 17-in. alloy wheels and side rocker molding; and interior changes such as a 6-disc, MP3-capable audio system with auxiliary jack; Bluetooth hands-free calling (SLE trim); and seat-mounted side curtain airbags (not available on the convertible models).

However, horsepower has dropped, due to revised Society of Automotive Engineers testing standards, from 157 to 155 for the 2.4L 4-cyl. base engine, and to 210 from 255 for the 3.3L V-6 mill.