The 2023 Toyota Camry will likely continue with minor changes to the current model, which was launched for the 2018 model year. A redesigned version of Toyota’s midsize sedan is expected in 2024.
The Camry last received a round of revisions for 2021, when the fleet-targeted L base trim level was eliminated and the sporty XSE version became available with the gas-electric hybrid powertrain. For 2023, the Camry will likely continue to be offered in six trim levels: LE, SE, SE Nightshade Edition, XLE, XSE, and TRD.
Styling and equipment will likely carry over from 2022 when the 2023 Camry arrives. The vehicle received a round of revisions for 2021, which included modest changes to the front and rear appearance. LE and XLE models have different grilles and details than TRD, SE, and XSE models.
The Camry also gained a new nine-inch touchscreen for the infotainment system in 2021, an upgrade over the standard seven-inch screen. Android Auto compatibility also joined Apple CarPlay then.
The current Camry comes standard with a 203-horsepower, 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine, with front-wheel-drive and an eight-speed automatic transmission. This engine is also available with all-wheel drive, where it makes 202 horsepower. On XSE models, this engine makes 206 horsepower due to a different exhaust system.
Optional on the Camry XLE and XSE models, and standard on the Camry TRD, is a 301-horsepower, 3.5-liter V6, also with an eight-speed automatic. All V6s models are front-wheel-drive.
The Camry Hybrid is also available with a gas-electric hybrid powertrain on all models except for the TRD. A gasoline-powered engine and electric motor produce a combined 208 total system horsepower, again, only with front-wheel-drive. Camry Hybrids use an electric continuously variable automatic transmission (eCVT).
The 2022 Camry scores highly for safety. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) awarded the Camry with its top five-star rating in overall testing. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) also gave it a Top Safety Pick+ award, its highest rating, for top scores in all tests, including headlight performance on all models. Considering the 2023 Camry is not expected to be structurally altered, look for these ratings to carry over.
Every Camry comes equipped with rear-seat side airbags and automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, along with driver assistance technologies such as adaptive cruise control, lane-keep assist, and automatic high beam assist. Options include blind-spot monitoring and full-speed adaptive cruise control.