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2025 Toyota Camry debuts Nov. 14 with hybrid AWD option

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2025 Toyota Camry Hybrid AWD

Toyota has unveiled a preview image of the reimagined Camry sedan and has announced that it will be introduced on November 14, coinciding with the launch of the Crown SUV, which was hinted at previously with the Crown Estate concept.

A detailed look at the Toyota Camry

These unveilings are anticipated to occur at the 2023 Los Angeles Auto Show, which commences on November 16.

Projected to hit the market in the following year as a 2025 model, the forthcoming Camry has been confirmed to offer a hybrid powertrain with all-wheel drive, a combination not presently available for the Camry.

The specific nature of the all-wheel-drive system remains unspecified, whether it will be a traditional design or a “through the road” hybrid arrangement similar to what is found in the 2023 Crown sedan and some other Toyota models.

The Camry model that is currently available was introduced in the 2018 model year, featuring a new platform and three distinct powertrains. This suggests that the upcoming Camry will represent a substantial update rather than a complete overhaul. Preliminary sightings of prototype models indicate a retention of the current model’s silhouette.

The existing powertrain selection for the Camry includes a 203-horsepower 2.5-liter inline-4 engine, a hybrid system that combines a 2.5-liter inline-4 with an E-CVT delivering 208 horsepower, and a 301-horsepower 3.5-liter V-6. There is a possibility that the Camry will adopt one of the Crown’s hybrid systems, which utilizes electric motors on both the front and rear.

Despite a cooling sedan market, the Camry continues to be a top choice in the United States, with sales figures for the last year surpassing 295,000 vehicles.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about 2025 Toyota Camry Hybrid AWD

When will the redesigned 2025 Toyota Camry be revealed?

The redesigned 2025 Toyota Camry is set to be unveiled on November 14, alongside the Crown SUV.

What new features are expected in the 2025 Toyota Camry?

The 2025 Toyota Camry is expected to feature a hybrid powertrain option with all-wheel drive, which is new to the Camry lineup.

Will the 2025 Toyota Camry be presented at an auto show?

Yes, the 2025 Toyota Camry is anticipated to be presented at the 2023 Los Angeles Auto Show starting on November 16.

What might the 2025 Toyota Camry’s all-wheel-drive system be like?

It’s not confirmed, but the all-wheel-drive system could be a conventional setup or a “through the road” system with a gas engine in the front and an electric motor at the rear, similar to what’s used in the Crown sedan.

What are the current powertrain options for the Toyota Camry?

The current Toyota Camry offers a 203-hp 2.5-liter inline-4, a 208-hp hybrid with E-CVT, and a 301-hp 3.5-liter V-6.

How is the sedan market for the Toyota Camry currently?

While the sedan market has cooled, the Camry remains highly popular in the U.S., with over 295,000 units sold last year.

More about 2025 Toyota Camry Hybrid AWD

  • Toyota’s Teaser for 2025 Camry
  • 2025 Toyota Camry Debut Announcement
  • LA Auto Show 2023 Highlights
  • Toyota’s AWD Hybrid Technology
  • Toyota Camry Sales Figures

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GearHeadLarry November 10, 2023 - 4:26 am

Toyota’s sticking to the sedan game strong, good on them. Can’t wait to see what this “through the road” tech is about

Mike Johnson November 10, 2023 - 6:27 pm

just saw the teaser for the new camry, looks promising, hoping the hybrid awd is as good as they say

Linda94 November 10, 2023 - 8:46 pm

really? another sedan, feels like suvs are all the rage now, but camry’s always a solid choice i guess

SallyW November 10, 2023 - 10:15 pm

saw the prototype on the streets, couldn’t believe how similar it looks to the current model. what’s the point then?

EcoDrive November 11, 2023 - 3:47 am

Hybrid with AWD? now that’s something, better for the environment and all. Toyota’s been upping their game recently.


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