For the first time the 2025 Camry has been spotted testing. It's expected to share the same platform as the Crown.
The midsize Toyota Camry sedan still has a future in the US, as the ninth generation is expected to debut in late 2023 and go on sale next year
The Toyota Camry prototype is shrouded in heavy camouflage, leaving only the wheels and a portion of the greenhouse visible. Despite this, it’s clear that the upcoming model retains familiar proportions and a similar footprint to its predecessor. The redesigned silhouette appears slightly sleeker towards the back, with sharper lines on the nose and toned fenders bringing it into the mid-2020s. The headlights and bumper intakes may mirror those found in the new Crown series, as will the slimmer taillights.
Our spies weren’t able to get a look inside, but it is expected that Toyota will equip the next Camry with larger screens for the digital cockpit, as well as enhanced connectivity and ADAS features, which will likely be shared with the Crown Crossover. Fortunately, the Camry’s practicality and rear passenger space won’t be compromised for style, unlike some premium fastback coupes, and it will come with a reasonably spacious boot.
The upcoming 2025 Camry will likely utilize an enhanced version of the current model’s TNGA-K platform, which is also used by the Crown Crossover. It wouldn’t make sense for Toyota to create a brand new platform for internal combustion engine vehicles.