Turning 37 can be a tough transition for some, but for the Toyota Camry, it's a celebratory marker for this landmark model's largest, most diverse lineup ever. The first-ever XSE Hybrid grade combines the Camry's most fuel-efficient powertrain with its highest expression of the sport and luxury blend. All 2021 Camry models debut Toyota Safety Sense 2.5+, the automaker's newest version of the groundbreaking driver assist technology suite that includes automatic emergency braking.
All Toyota Camry models for 2021 also get an added dose of tech and luxury with a new floating multimedia screen in 7-inch or 9-inch sizes, plus a new herringbone seat pattern on the XLE grade. Capping off the long list of enhancements, restyled front ends lend greater distinction among Camry grades.
This expansion for 2021 follows a year in which Camry added an all-wheel drive option and its first-ever TRD performance model. The "L" grade has been discontinued for 2021. The LE now becomes the point of entry for the model line.
All told, the 2021 Camry offers 17 different choices in the midsize sedan segment today. Those choices include:
Three V6 grades - XLE, XSE and TRD
Five 4-cyl. FWD grades - LE, XLE, SE, SE Nightshade, XSE
Five 4-cyl. AWD grades - LE, XLE, SE, SE Nightshade, XSE
Four hybrid grades - LE, XLE, SE, XSE (new)
The wide array of choices plus Toyota Camry's alluring, coupe-inspired design and renowned Toyota quality and value are reasons why Camry maintains leadership in the mid-size sedan category. Camry holds its status as America's favorite midsize sedan for 18 years running and, as well, is one of the longest-running nameplates in the auto industry.