Toyota has unveiled the ninth generation of its best-selling midsize sedan, the Camry, and it’s a game-changer. The 2025 Toyota Camry is not only more stylish, spacious, and tech-savvy than ever before, but it’s also exclusively powered by hybrid engines that deliver impressive performance and efficiency. Here’s everything you need to know about the new Camry and how it compares to its rivals.
What’s New for the 2025 Toyota Camry?
The Camry has undergone a significant makeover for the 2025 model year, with a fresh exterior design, a revamped interior, and a revised powertrain lineup. The new Camry adopts Toyota’s latest design language, which features sharp lines, angular headlights, and a large grille. The Camry also gets a new platform that increases its length, width, and wheelbase, resulting in more cabin and trunk space. The Camry’s interior has been upgraded with more premium materials, a larger touchscreen, a digital gauge cluster, and a head-up display. The Camry also offers more safety and convenience features, such as adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping assist, blind-spot monitoring, wireless charging, and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility.
The biggest change for the 2025 Toyota Camry, however, is its hybrid-only powertrain lineup. The Camry no longer offers a conventional gasoline engine or a V6 option but instead relies on two hybrid setups that combine a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine with one or two electric motors. The front-wheel-drive Camry hybrid produces 225 horsepower, while the all-wheel-drive Camry hybrid adds a third electric motor to the rear axle, boosting the output to 232 horsepower. Both variants use a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) and offer excellent fuel economy. The Camry hybrid is rated at 51 mpg city and 53 mpg highway for the front-wheel-drive model and 49 mpg city and 50 mpg highway for the all-wheel-drive model. The Camry also offers a sporty driving mode that enhances the throttle response and steering feel.