In a growing world of crossovers and SUVs, family sedans still sell. Case in point, the Toyota Camry. It's the best-selling sedan in America right now, behind only the Ford F-Series trucks, the Toyota RAV4, and the Honda CR-V. The current generation Camry, which has been around since 2018, even outsells the newly redesigned 2024 Honda Accord, which has earned rave reviews from critics. Accord sales are currently growing, while the Camry is experiencing some sales slippage and understandably so. To stay in the lead, Toyota is giving the Camry a heavy refresh, and it's big news. 

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It looks familiar from some angles and completely new from others.

The 2025 Toyota Camry receives styling changes inside and out, but it's important to note that this is not a full redesign but rather a significant refresh. The current model is six years old, at which point many carmakers do a total redesign. Toyota saw fit to make the Camry more relevant in terms of efficiency (ditching the solely gas four- and six-cylinder engines), as well as to give it a significantly updated look. Let's take a closer look at the changes. 

A Simpler Look For the Better

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If you look at it from the side, it looks mostly unchanged but then when you view the front and rear fascias, you'll notice more significant styling changes. First of all, the nose and the headlights come from the new (and quite attractive) Prius. The thin grille is very different from the current car's rather busy version. The lower fascia gets six thin horizontal bars and a mesh-like look at the outer edges, followed by large thin intakes. The hood creases are dramatic and carry from the leading edge of the back toward the windshield. It's an attractive look that's simpler than before.

The tail section's changes aren't as significant, but they pair well with the front end with C-shaped taillights and a larger integrated trunk spoiler (on the SE/XSE). There's some styling differentiation between the sportier SE/XSE and the more laxed LE/XLE. Wheel styles, of course, will also be unique to the trim levels. 

A Fresh and Fancier Cabin

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Step inside, and you'll find a new interior that's more Lexus-like than the current version's. Gone are the old infotainment screen and tapered center stack. LE and SE trims get a 7-inch digital instrument cluster and an 8-inch infotainment system, and the fancier XLE and XSE trims get twin 12.3-inch screens. All trims get the new infotainment software, thankfully. The dash gets horizontal bars that extend from the frame of the center screen. There are still physical controls in the center stack and a conventional shift knob.  Wireless Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, wireless device charging, pushbutton start, and dual-zone automatic climate control are all standard equipment.

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Other trim-specific features (SE and XSE) include aluminum pedals, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and steering wheel-mounted shift paddles. The XSE can also be had with new faux-suede microfiber trim on the upholstery. Camrys can also be optioned out with a panoramic sunroof and a digital key.

Toyota's excellent safety set includes automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, blind-spot warning, rear cross-traffic alert, adaptive cruise control, lane-keep assist, and a new feature called Proactive Drive Assist that can apply gentle braking and steering inputs to keep the Camry's vehicle position relative to other vehicles as well as for corner entry.  

Hybrid Power Only

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The powertrain is actually the biggest change. Similar to the current Sienna minivan, the new Camry will be hybrid only. Every Camry at ever trim level gets a 2.5-liter four-cylinder hybrid engine mated to standard front-wheel drive. For FWD, total power is 225. that's not a ton. Add all-wheel drive and that number jumps a tad to 232 horsepower. While it's nowhere near the current Camry V6's 301 horses, it is 17 and 24 horsepower more than the old hybrid. It's not thrilling news to us enthusiasts, but as carmakers are moving toward increased efficiency, it's not shocking to hear about this change. 

No efficiency ratings have been provided, but we expect them to be on par with the current model. The 2025 Camry will go on sale in the spring of 2024 as a 2025 model. No doubt, Toyota will provide more details, including EPA numbers and pricing, well before then. 

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