The Toyota Camry Hybrid will be a carryover for the 2022 model year. As before, we expect it will continue to offer a significant fuel economy advantage compared to the gas Camry. In its current form, the midsize sedan is rated at up to 52 mpg combined in city/highway driving. The biggest change will be the addition of a Nightshade Special Edition.
While Toyota hasn't released full details just yet, we do know that 2022 Camry Hybrid trims will continue to feature the LE, SE, XLE, and XSE. The Nightshade will offer a blackout look and slot between the SE and XLE. In terms of price, the Camry Hybrid Nightshade will cost just over $2,000 more than a comparable Camry Nightshade Edition.
2022 Camry Hybrid pricing will start at $28,405 with destination, representing a $110 price increase compared to the model's current MSRP. The Nightshade has been priced from $30,640.
An early fleet ordering guide estimates dealers will begin taking orders in September 2021. We expect a release date sometime this fall. Dealers have been facing a significant inventory shortage, so availability could be especially limited heading into the latter part of the year.
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Pictured: 2020 Camry Hybrid