For model year 2024, the Toyota Camry will be offered with a choice of hybrid or gas powered four or six-cylinder variants, and a wide array of grades, the automaker announced.
Currently in its eighth design generation, the Toyota Camry is available in 18 different choices, offering models with an electrified powertrain with the Toyota Hybrid System, a four-cylinder or six-cylinder, Front or All-Wheel Drive, a Nightshade Edition, or the performance-focused TRD model, the company said.
Available in LE, SE, SE Nightshade, XSE, or XLE grades, Camry Hybrids pair a 2.5-liter engine with an electric motor for a net combined output of 208 hp and also has a manufacturer-estimated 52 MPG combined rating on the LE grade. The SE Nightshade Edition brings a sport mesh grille, black-trimmed headlights, black rear spoiler, bronze-finished aluminum wheels and more.
The Toyota Camry offers a choice of four- or six-cylinder gas-powered models in LE, XLE, SE, SE Nightshade, or XSE grades. The 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine is available in a choice of Front or All Wheel Drive across all grades. The 3.5-liter six-cylinder engine is available for the XSE and XLE grades or standard on the performance-tuned TRD model. Both engines come paired to a direct-shift, eight-speed automatic transmission for an optimal combination of power and fuel economy.
The Toyota Camry comes with Toyota Safety Sense 2.5-Plus standard on all models. All Camry models for 2024 also get a choice of floating multimedia screen in 7-inch or 9-inch sizes, available 4.2 or 7-inch TFT Multi-Information Display, and available Heads-Up Display. Audio options include available six or nine speaker systems, with a nine-speaker JBL Audio Plus system standard on the XSE and XLE V6 and optional on the TRD models, and JBL Premium Audio package available for XSE and XLE grades across Hybrid or gas variants.