Toyota Camry’s All-Hybrid Evolution

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Toyota’s Kentucky plant celebrated a milestone with the debut of the ninth-generation Toyota Camry, now exclusively hybrid. This evolution marks a significant stride in Toyota’s broader electrification strategy, reinforcing their long-standing commitment to sustainable automotive solutions and job security in the U.S. The 2025 Camry incorporates the latest fifth-generation Toyota Hybrid System, symbolizing both innovation and continuity in Toyota’s U.S. operations, where over 11 million Camrys have been assembled since the plant’s inception.

Key Highlights:

  • Exclusive Hybrid Power: The 2025 Camry is solely equipped with the advanced fifth-generation Toyota Hybrid System.
  • Investment and Employment: Toyota has invested over $10 billion in the Kentucky facility, which is a testament to its commitment to the local community and nearly 10,000 employees.
  • Sustained Popularity: The Camry remains America’s top-selling passenger car for 22 consecutive years, reflecting its enduring appeal.
  • Electrification Expansion: Recent investments, including a $1.3 billion initiative at the Georgetown plant, emphasize Toyota’s focus on expanding its range of electrified vehicles.

Toyota Kentucky has become synonymous with resilience and innovation. With more than $18.6 billion invested in U.S. manufacturing for electrification since 2021, Toyota is poised to maintain its leadership in electrified vehicle production. “Congratulations once again to Toyota. Over the decades, Toyota has never wavered in its commitment to its employees and this community,” Governor Andy Beshear remarked.

The facility has not only been a cornerstone of Toyota’s success but also a beacon of long-term job stability. As Markee Robinson, a production team leader, shared, “I feel blessed for the many years I have spent with Toyota and am proud of all the great things we have achieved.”

Looking forward, Toyota continues to expand its footprint with the upcoming battery electric SUV and a new plant in North Carolina dedicated to automotive batteries. These initiatives are part of Toyota’s commitment to provide diverse electrified options suitable for various consumer needs, ensuring a greener future.

About Toyota:

Established in North America over 65 years ago, Toyota has been integral to the automotive landscape. Employing over 63,000 individuals across various facilities, Toyota leads in the production of electrified vehicles, with 28 options currently available and more on the horizon.

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