For the 2022 model year, Toyota has updated the Camry, which is the company's best-selling sedan. The availability of the Nightshade edition for hybrid cars is the big news here. This kit includes 18-inch black alloy wheels, a black shark fin antenna, window trim, special badging, and gloss black door handles and mirror covers for the hybrid version.
Comfort-oriented LE and XLE trims, as well as sportier-looking SE and XSE trims, remain in the range. The LE and XLE models have a more defined lower intake area, whilst the SE and XSE models have a honeycomb-style grille and side vent inserts.
There are 18 various Camry models available, including three V6 models, five four-cylinder FWD models, five four-cylinder AWD models, and five hybrid models.
The Camry will also receive an enhanced active safety package known as Toyota Safety Sense 2.5+, which includes Automatic High Beams and Road Sign Assist (RSA), which works in conjunction with the vehicle's adaptive cruise control system. When the car is engaged, it will adapt its speed to the posted limit.
Updates are also available for the rest of the line. The Rear Seat Reminder, dual-zone temperature control (tri-zone standard in TRD), and an updated floating multimedia screen in 7-inch or 9-inch sizes are now standard equipment.
The 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine produces 206 horsepower and 252 pound-feet of torque. Meanwhile, the 3.5-liter V6 produces 301 horsepower and 362 Nm of torque. Finally, the hybrid system offers a total system output of 208 horsepower, thanks to a de-tuned 2.5-liter engine and an electric motor.
The 2022 Camry will have a starting price of $25,295. The 2022 Camry is now available in showrooms, with front-wheel or all-wheel drive options.