2025 Toyota Camry Debut Imminent: New All-Wheel Drive Hybrid

Jacob Brooke
November 10, 2023
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The upcoming 2025 Toyota Camry, set to be revealed next week before the Los Angeles motor show, marks a significant upgrade in Toyota's sedan lineup.

This model introduces an all-wheel-drive hybrid system, a first for the Camry, contrasting with its current US version that offers all-wheel drive only with a non-hybrid 2.5-litre petrol engine​​.

The new Camry, representing the first major update in nearly seven years, is expected to feature a 2.4-litre turbocharged hybrid engine, generating over 250kW​​.

Although retaining the fundamental structure of the existing model, the 2025 Camry will undergo extensive exterior redesigns, creating what is essentially a 'reskin' with heavily updated bodywork and slightly revised underpinnings​​.

Current model Toyota Camry Hybrid

Slated for Australian showrooms next year, this model may transition to an exclusively hybrid lineup, reflecting the current trend where hybrids account for 90% of Camry sales in Australia​​.

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