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American highways are about to look a little bit different, as Toyota is preparing to showcase a fully redesigned Camry on November 14, which the company says will raise itself to "new heights with no compromises." And to keep us on the edges of our seats, automaker released a scant image showing a section of the sedan's reshaped taillight, along with badging that points to the addition of a new hybrid AWD powertrain.



The confirmation of a hybrid all-wheel drive powertrain is quite intriguing, as this would be the first time the Camry would offer a combination of the two. While the current model does offer AWD, it's only available on the non-hybrid gas models. As for the rest of the powertrain lineup, Toyota's recent engine downsizing spree has us guessing that the Camry will lose its V6 option for 2025. The resulting power gap should be filled by the usual assistance from turbochargers and hybrid systems.



This announcement isn't the company's first allusion to a new Camry, as Toyota previously dropped a shadowy teaser concealing the sedan's updated front end. While the brand kept the vehicle's name under wraps at the time, the outline of that sedan displayed lots of resemblance to the Camry. That image also hinted at a good helping of Prius influence in front, although the overall styling changes seem to be evolutionary.


There are still lots of unanswered questions about the next Camry, but luckily we only have to wait until November 14 to see what's changed with Toyota's popular midsize sedan.


Image Credits: Toyota
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Nov 12, 2023
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Toyota Confirms Next-Generation 2025 Camry With Hybrid AWD Powertrain

All will be revealed on November 14 at the Los Angeles Auto Show.

American highways are about to look a little bit different, as Toyota is preparing to showcase a fully redesigned Camry on November 14, which the company says will raise itself to "new heights with no compromises." And to keep us on the edges of our seats, automaker released a scant image showing a section of the sedan's reshaped taillight, along with badging that points to the addition of a new hybrid AWD powertrain.



The confirmation of a hybrid all-wheel drive powertrain is quite intriguing, as this would be the first time the Camry would offer a combination of the two. While the current model does offer AWD, it's only available on the non-hybrid gas models. As for the rest of the powertrain lineup, Toyota's recent engine downsizing spree has us guessing that the Camry will lose its V6 option for 2025. The resulting power gap should be filled by the usual assistance from turbochargers and hybrid systems.



This announcement isn't the company's first allusion to a new Camry, as Toyota previously dropped a shadowy teaser concealing the sedan's updated front end. While the brand kept the vehicle's name under wraps at the time, the outline of that sedan displayed lots of resemblance to the Camry. That image also hinted at a good helping of Prius influence in front, although the overall styling changes seem to be evolutionary.


There are still lots of unanswered questions about the next Camry, but luckily we only have to wait until November 14 to see what's changed with Toyota's popular midsize sedan.


Image Credits: Toyota

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