At the Los Angeles Auto Show, the ninth-generation 2025 Toyota Camry is revealed to the public with a sharper new set of lines showcasing new design language from the brand, more standard technologies, and now a 100% hybrid powertrain lineup.

Unlike other brands who gave up on the sedan all together Toyota has doubled down with a complete redesign of the 2025 model inside and out. A newly minted “Hammerhead” design is seen at the front that’s decidedly more aggressive. A variety of slim LED headlights are offered across the board depending on the trim grade.

To be offered in familiar trim grade LE, SE, XLE and XSE, each variation gets its own personality, equipment levels and character that really sets each apart more than ever. LE models offer 16-inch alloy wheels standard. Stepping up to the XSE gets you 19-inch alloys and as expected gets you a very aggressive set of body style treatments and a performance suspension.

The big move for 2025 though is what powers the Camry. Gone are both purely ICE variants of four cylinder and the V6. Now standard across the board is the fifth-generation Toyota Hybrid System comprised of a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine and two-motor drive unit. In FWD models you get 225 combined horsepower.

Now available for the first time on Camry is an AWD electronic on-demand system that adds an additional electric motor unit at the rear axle. In total the AWD model offers a combined horsepower rating of 232.

From behind the wheel you will find the latest design ethos from Toyota including what they are calling an “open concept” cockpit design. Richer material palettes that vary widely from LE to XSE trim grades each have their own personality, available colors, and seat trim materials. The latter ranges from cloth on LE all the way up to leather on top trims.

Redesigned seats are said to be more comfortable and supportive too with a new shape and foam density as well as a longer lower cushion length and enhanced headrest makeup.

That comfort can be extended on the XLE and XSE grades with available front heated and ventilated seats that can be adjusted to three levels. These higher-end grades will also have a quieter cabin thanks to the standard front-side acoustic laminated glass to help reduce wind noise and harshness.

Technology is upgraded across the board as well with a 7-inch digital instrument cluster on LE and SE models – a standard 12.3-in digital cluster on XLE and XSE. Infotainment screens include a standard 8-inch touchscreen on LE and SE with a fully featured 12.3-inch screen on XLE and XSE.

All Camry trims now come standard with a Qi wireless charging pad, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility and a healthy collection of USB ports – three up front and two out back. The top line infotainment system includes JBL Audio and a host of connected feature content options.

The 2025 Toyota Camry was designed here in the U.S. and will continue to be built here when it rolls out to dealerships in the spring of 2024. Final specs and pricing will be announced closer to launch date.