If the last few years of automotive innovation have demonstrated anything, it is that hybrids are an essential part of the industry, and that’s not about to change. Companies like Toyota offer a hybrid version of almost every existing model and plenty of models that are hybrid exclusive. The Camry is part of this move toward greater fuel efficiency.
For 2021, the Toyota Camry Hybrid gets some new styling inside and out, along with improvements to driving assistance technology and a new trim. This proves that the hybrid version of the mid-size sedan isn’t a momentary point of interest, but a major investment for the Japanese automaker. For more specifications and available features, refer to the table that follows.
|2.5L 4-Cylinder Hybrid Engine||Collision Sensors||USB-C Charge Port and 12V Auxiliary Power Outlet|
|208 Combined System Net Horsepower||10 Airbags||Auto-Dimming Rearview Mirror|
|163 lb-ft of Torque||Full-Speed Range Dynamic Radar Cruise Control||9-Speaker JBL® Sound System with Subwoofer and Amplifier|
|Electronically Controlled CVT||Blind Spot Monitor with Rear Cross-Traffic Alert||Ambient Interior Lighting|
The Camry is about as close to a standard in the automotive world as there can be. Now that the model is available as a hybrid, its already broad horizons are poised to spread even wider. While many hybrids powertrains are built onto small crossovers, the Camry offers hybrid fuel efficiency to the mid-size sedan class. Add the impressive list of Toyota safety features and top-of-the-line interior technologies and you get a hybrid that doesn’t shy away from the legacy of its namesake. Any driver looking for greater fuel efficiency in the body of a larger sedan should look to the Camry Hybrid first in their search.