2025 Toyota Camry Breaks Cover, India Launch Likely To Happen Next Year

This latest iteration of Toyota's hybrid system combines a naturally aspirated 2.5-litre four-cylinder engine with either two or three electric motors.

The first two motors live up front and help provide front-driven power, while optional all-wheel drive—a first for hybrid Camrys, and available on all four trims—throws a third motor out back for extra traction.

FWD hybrids will make 225 horsepower, while AWD bumps that up by a seven hp, to 232 hp. A continuously variable automatic transmission is standard on both setups.

The ninth-gen Camry does look fairly different from the front, where new headlights pick up the same running-light style we've seen on the Prius and the Crown.

A whole bunch of Crown influence has made its way into the Camry, including the same steering wheel as well as the medium-high center console and the console trim piece that rises and wraps around the passenger.

The 2025 Toyota Camry will compete with the BMW 3-Series, Mercedes C-Class, and the new Audi A6 sedan in India.

The ninth-gen Toyota Camry India launch is likely to happen in the first half of 2024.