Its sleek, modern profile is enhanced by new 17" and 18" alloy wheels, while the front view reveals a broad, confident front grille and stylish LED lights. Whether it’s arriving in style or heading into the distance, Camry Hybrid exudes true road presence.
The all-new 2.5 litre engine transforms the driving experience, allowing the hybrid system to produce impressive power of 218 DIN hp, alongside excellent fuel economy and low CO2 emissions. The supremely quiet drive is made even more tranquil thanks to superior sound insulation that reduces road and wind noise at all speeds.
The new Camry Hybrid comes with Toyota Safety Sense as standard, providing a unique set of advanced driver assistance technologies. Radar sensors and cameras help with everything from detecting potential collisions to monitoring road signs, giving you complete peace of mind.Explore safety features >
With the Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA) platform, safety and ride refinement meet exhilarating handling and intuitive new technology. TNGA provides remarkable roadholding and ride comfort with a greater sense of control, for true driving pleasure. Inside, there’s no compromise on headroom, legroom or even the space between your shoulder and the door and increased luggage capacity means you can take even more with you.
"I’m driving my three children to school every morning, knowing I’m making a difference to their future. And I only have to fill the car every 5 or 6 weeks. Hybrid is definitely the way to go."
"To switch from Diesel to Hybrid was an easy decision. The cost savings of the fuel, the insurance and the car tax – for someone with a young family, that makes a huge difference - it's the price of a holiday."
"People are surprised that you don’t have to plug it in, and it’s self-charging. I would have no hesitation recommending Toyota Hybrid to any friend."
According to data from the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI), Toyota is the clear winner when it comes to reducing the CO2 output from the top 10 car brands.
Toyota revealed plans to build a prototype "city" of the future on a 175-acre site at the base of Mt. Fuji in Japan.
Over the last few months there has been a lot of noise in the motor industry about Mild Hybrid cars, which is adding to the overall confusion that new car buyers are facing.