More precisely, they prepared a tidal wave of novelties for the US market, including stars like the 2023 Prius Prime plug-in hybrid, a trio of GR special editions (GR86 Trueno, GR Corolla Circuit, GR Supra 45th Anniversary), an entire 2024 Corolla Nightshade family, the 2024 Grand Highlander 8-seat crossover SUV, or the 2023 Corolla Cross Hybrid. There were also the superstars – aka the 2024 N400 Tacoma mid-size pickup truck and the returning 2024 Land Cruiser.
However, did anyone notice there was a significant absentee? No, I am not talking about the 4Runner, which has been growing longer in the tooth than a wooly mammoth's ivory tusks. Instead, let's talk about the only passenger car segment that's still in the top five of sales – mid-size cars. Over there, the Toyota Camry still reigns supreme (over 150k sales during H1, plus 11%), so of course, the automaker is diligently taking care of it.
For the 2024 model year, the Toyota Camry has arrived at dealerships from $26,420, and America's best-selling mid-size sedan brought fresh looks and an updated cabin. Many trims, several outputs, and lots of exterior colors (18) are available for customers – but what if that isn't enough? Well, at least according to the imaginative realm of digital car content creators, the wait for an all-new, ninth-generation 2025 Camry is almost over – at least across imagination land.
The Halo oto channel on YouTube usually provides fresh automotive info that is corroborated with their virtual designs; now, there are some CGI ideas about a new-gen Toyota Camry. According to the resident pixel master, the ninth iteration of the best-selling mid-size sedan could sport one of four design variants for the front fascia – inspired mainly by the returning Crown crossover-sedan.
Meanwhile, around the back, just one potential (unofficial) design is showcased in the video feature embedded below – and there are no ideas for the hypothetical cockpit changes. However, the host is confident that Toyota will use the same TNGA-K variation for the new Camry as seen on the S235 Crown and various other models like the Lexus ES and compact plus mid-size crossover SUVs, plus the large MPVs such as Sienna or Alphard.