Toyota doesn’t appear to be slowing down on their sedans.

On Wednesday, the automaker outlined changes for its 2021 sedans appearing on dealer lots soon. Its most popular sedan, the Camry, gets the most significant changes next year. In addition to uprated safety equipment that’s standard on all sedans, the 2021 Camry will add a new sportier-looking hybrid trim level and updated touchscreens inside.

The 2021 Toyota Camry Hybrid XSE will apply the sporty appearance package from the non-hybrid Camry XSE. The Camry Hybrid XSE will be powered by a 2.5-liter inline-4 and electric motors that make 208 horsepower, although it’s expected to be rated by the EPA at 46 mpg combined, same as the 2020 Camry Hybrid XLE. Officials at Toyota say the Camry Hybrid XSE was largely dictated by shoppers’ preferences; nearly one in four sedans sold last month was a hybrid, and hybrid sales…

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