2020 Toyota Camry Hybrid Interior and Cargo

Toyota Camry Hybrid Interior & Cargo Rating

2020 Camry Hybrid Interior

The 2020 Toyota Camry won't dazzle you with a stylish interior that offers German levels of refinement and class, but it sure is comfortable. The seats are superbly cushioned, and the driver's seating position is on point, although the seat could be positioned an inch or two lower down to accommodate taller occupants. The best word to describe the interior design would be reserved. The lines are clean, and the controls are centered slightly towards the driver for ease of use, especially the controls surrounding the shift knob, which is to the left of center. The use of soft-touch plastics is noticeable, but there are a few hard plastics here and there. Toyota build quality is prevalent; you won't find any squeaks or rattles in this interior.

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Seating and Interior Space

Inside the Camry is enough room to seat five people comfortably. The cabin is roomy, and six-footers have nothing to complain about sitting in either the front or back, despite the Camry having a couple of inches less legroom than Honda's Accord. Up front, there's 42.1 inches available and 38 inches in the back. The seats are comfortable and make driving long distances easy. However, it's worth noting a wide gulf in the quality of materials used between the basic LE model and the XLE trim. The LE is strictly bare-bones, while the XLE is flirting with quality more typically associated with Lexus.

2020 Toyota Camry Hybrid Interior Dimensions:

Toyota Camry Hybrid TrimsHybrid LEHybrid SEHybrid XLE
Headroom Front Seat38.3 in.38.3 in.38.3 in.
Headroom Back Seat37.6 in.37.6 in.37.6 in.
Legroom Front Seat42.1 in.42.1 in.42.1 in.
Legroom Back Seat38 in.38 in.38 in.
Shoulder Room Front57.7 in.57.7 in.57.7 in.
Shoulder Room Rear55.7 in.55.7 in.55.7 in.
Hip Room, Front55.4 in.55.4 in.55.4 in.
Hip Room, Rear54.6 in.54.6 in.54.6 in.

Interior Colors and Materials

The interior color options depend on trim level or exterior paint choices and include Ash, Black, or Macadamia. On the LE, these options take the form of cloth upholstery, but on the XLE, the seats are wrapped in leather. The mid-spec SE takes a sportier turn with Softex simulated leather in Black or Ash on better-bolstered sports seats. Dash and door inserts differ by trim, with the LE boasting layered wood trim, the SE receiving embossed mesh, and the XLE receiving Tiger Eye wood.

2020 Camry Hybrid Trunk and Cargo Space

Midsize sedans have to juggle between offering generous front and rear legroom, as well as providing substantial trunk space. Toyota has managed to balance the two very well, and the end result is a car with a generous trunk and cargo capacity, perfect for families or salesmen and women that need the extra space for hauling products and displays. Pop the trunk lid and you are met with a space that runs deep and wide and that can be extended further thanks to 60/40-split folding rear seats. The Camry Hybrid's batteries are located under the rear seats which means they don't intrude on this space, giving you the same 15.1 cubes as the regular sedan. It's still shy of the 16.7 cubes found in the Accord Hybrid. One issue we found with the trunk space is that is small items roll to the back, you basically have to climb inside to retrieve it. That's not good for elderly drivers.

The cabin also has plenty of practical storage nooks for the occupants, including the usual door pocket, cupholders in the front and rear, a center console storage bin beneath the armrest, a small one ahead of the shifter, and a glovebox of a typical size.

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2020 Toyota Camry Hybrid Cargo Dimensions:

Toyota Camry Hybrid TrimsHybrid LEHybrid SEHybrid XLE
Trunk Volume15.1 cu. ft.15.1 cu. ft.15.1 cu. ft.

2020 Camry Hybrid Infotainment and Features


Toyota has historically been generous with its standard features, and the 2020 Camry Hybrid is no different; you get your money's worth here. The LE and SE are similarly specified, both on the receiving end of dual-zone automatic climate control, a rearview camera, an eight-way power-adjustable driver's seat, adaptive cruise control, keyless entry and trunk access, and Toyota Safety Sense P encompassing almost all assistance systems like collision avoidance. Only blind-spot monitoring and rear-cross traffic alert are optional, but both appear as standard on the XLE. The latter also gets wireless device charging, dynamic guidelines for the rearview camera, a seven-inch driver display, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, and the option of both a 360-degree camera and a head-up display. A power moonroof is optional on all trims.


Out of the box, the LE trimmed base model comes with a seven-inch touchscreen hooked up to a six-speaker sound system. As well as an AM/FM radio, the infotainment system has Bluetooth streaming and Android Auto, Apple Carplay, and Amazon Alexa compatibility as standard. It also comes with three months of SiriusXM and Wi-Fi Connect as a trial period. One USB media port and two USB charge ports are standard.

Moving up to SE trim doesn't add anything to the infotainment system. However, going to XLE trim upgrades to an eight-inch touchscreen and adds HD Radio, a CD player, and HD Traffic Real-Time Traffic Display. This system is optional on the LE and SE, but the XLE is the only trim with the availability of a premium nine-speaker JBL sound system and features like navigation with dynamic POI search.

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