The new Toyota Camry 2025 is unveiled as a Canadian first.
The new Toyota Tacoma i-Force Max 2024 makes its Quebec debut.
The 4Runner returns to the Toyota booth for 2024.
The introduction of the ninth generation marks the arrival of a fully hybrid catalog for the Toyota Camry. The four-cylinder and V6 engines will be dropped from the catalog. Instead, the emphasis is on the 2.5L naturally-aspirated four-cylinder engine, paired with two electric motors and a small battery. Power is rated at 225 hp for front-wheel drive and 232 hp for four-wheel drive.
The Toyota Camry 2025 is scheduled to arrive in Quebec dealerships next spring. For the moment, fuel consumption has not been disclosed. Nor has the price range.
We must also mention the Quebec premiere of the new Tacoma i-Force Max 2024. This is the first midsize pickup to feature a hybrid powertrain. This innovation is part of the automaker’s electrification plan. Essentially, the 2.4 L turbocharged four-cylinder engine is paired with an electric motor and a 1.87 kWh battery. The result is 326 hp and 465 lb-ft of torque. For the market, the entire Tacoma range comes with four-wheel drive.
In addition to these two major models, the Japanese manufacturer is also presenting several of its flagship models, including the 4Runner, the RAV4, the Corolla, the new Grand Highlander, the Prius and Prius Prime and the GR Supra. This is a return to the show for the 4Runner, which was absent from the event in 2023.