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2022 Toyota Camry Hybrid Teased Ahead Of Launch, To Feature Cosmetic Enhancements

2022 Toyota Camry Hybrid

Carmakers believe in timely updating their portfolio to keep the products as fresh as they can. Recently, Toyota teased the 2022 Camry Hybrid on several platforms, including their own website to tell the country that the Japanese brand is back with a bang!

Well, the carmaker is ready to make a comeback soon and we, as customers are interested in knowing what is there stored for us in the near future.

Planning to take that first step towards electrification in a hassle-free way? Let’s check out what the upcoming Toyota Camry Hybrid has really got.


  • Toyota has recently teased the upcoming 2022 Camry Hybrid.
  • Will be featuring several cosmetic and feature enhancements.
  • To be powered by a 178PS, 2.5-litre four-cylinder petrol engine.

2022 Toyota Camry Hybrid

What to expect?

Frankly speaking, nothing much! Toyota will be updating it only in terms of design and features. So, these changes are just a part of the mid-life updates.

Starting from the outside, it will be getting a makeover at the front with a completely new grille and reprofiled bumper. The new Camry Hybrid from the side is also expected to get new alloy wheels for a fresh look. Apart from these changes, Toyota has even updated the stop lamps to enhance the rear profile.

Inside the cabin, the layout is expected to remain exactly the same. A 9-inch touchscreen infotainment system, multifunction steering wheel with paddle shifters, heads-up display, MID screen and push-button stop-start are a part of the dashboard.

As per the sources, it will continue to feature an electric sunroof, auto-folding wing mirrors, electrically adjustable front seats and sunshades to offer an unmatched experience.

Engine & Powertrain

Just like the current generation model, the upcoming Camry will be featuring a 2.5-litre four-cylinder petrol engine. Talking about the output, this unit is capable of churning out a decent 178PS and 221Nm while being paired to a CVT gearbox.

Since this premium sedan is only available with a hybrid powertrain, hence, a permanent magnet synchronous motor with a maximum output of 120PS helps in pushing the combined power to a massive 211PS.

Toyota boats that the battery is capable of charging itself and is made up of nickel-metal hydride, unlike the conventional lithium-ion unit. Thankfully, this premium sedan also gets three different power modes, namely – Eco, Normal and Power just to alter the overall performance according to the real-time requirement.


In India, it will be competing against the new Skoda Superb. Undoubtedly, the Czech brand has no plans of introducing a mild-hybrid system on Superb anytime soon. Still, want to learn more about it? Let’s check out all the details related to it down below.

Skoda Superb

2021 Skoda Superb Front
Image Source: Skoda Storyboard

Customers who are fond of sedans will definitely consider Superb and Camry as their upgrades. Unlike the Camry which is available with a hybrid powertrain, the all-new Superb comes with a potent 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine. For your information, the overall output from this motor is currently rated at 190PS and 320Nm.

In terms of features, Skoda has loaded the new Superb with a 360-degree camera, adaptive LED headlights, panoramic sunroof, electrically adjustable front seats and eight airbags to name a few.

The updated model is currently available with a price tag starting at Rs.32.85 Lakhs for the Sportline trim. Interestingly, the more premium L&K variant is priced at Rs.35.85 Lakhs (all prices, ex-showroom, Delhi). For more details related to Superb click here.


Skoda Superb
Engine 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo petrol
Power 190PS
Torque 320Nm
Key Highlights
  • 360-degree camera
  • Panoramic sunroof
  • Ventilated seats
  • Three-zone climate control
Price (ex-showroom, Delhi) Rs.32.85 Lakhs to Rs.35.85 Lakhs

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Harsh Rana

Full-time management student and a part-time automobile enthusiast. Not much happy about EVs taking over the V8, V10 and V12 motors.

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