The Toyota Camry continues to be a superb choice for the midsize sedan segment, with its eye-catching design, an available all-wheel drive system, sophisticated powertrain options, a refined and spacious cabin, cutting edge technologies, and a generous number of premium features. Read more to find out when the 2021 Camry will be released.
2021 Toyota Camry Release Date
According to Toyota, production for the 2021 Toyota Camry will begin in October 2020, with the midsize sedan arriving at dealerships nationwide later in Fall 2020. Trims offered for the 2021 Camry include LE, XLE, SE, SE Nightshade, XSE, and TRD. Trims offered for the 2021 Camry Hybrid include LE, XLE, SE, and XSE. Pricing for the Camry and Camry Hybrid will be announced closer to the launch date.
Does the 2021 Toyota Camry have any changes to its design?
The 2021 Camry has a new front end for select trims levels. For the XSE and SE trims, the lower fascia is bolder, with side vent inserts, side vent accents, and a honeycomb grille. For the LE and XLE trims, the lower intake area is more prominent. The LE trim comes equipped with new 17-inch alloy wheels, while the XLE trim has new 18-inch alloy wheels. New exterior color options/schemes for the 2021 Camry include Ice Edge/Midnight Black Metallic roof (TRD), Blueprint, and Supersonic Red/Midnight Black Metallic roof (XSE).
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What else is new for the 2021 Toyota Camry?
Inside the 2021 Camry, the cabin has a stylish new dashboard and a new “floating” multimedia display. For a premium look, the XLE trim has new herringbone pattern seats. Also, all Camry models have the new Toyota Safety Sense 2.5+ suite of driving assistance technologies, with upgrades for Full-Speed Dynamic Radar Cruise Control, the Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection, and Lane Departure Alert.