Toyota has just unveiled details on three new Crown models, including the Sport, Sedan, and Estate.
This follows the successful launch of the Crown (Crossover type) last year. The company plans to update the existing Crown website with comprehensive information on the powertrain and design features of these new models.
Toyota’s latest release showcases the company’s ongoing commitment to innovation and quality. With a focus on advanced technology and design, the new Crown models are sure to impress car enthusiasts around the world.
The first type is a sport type, which has the smallest dimensions among the three, with a length of 4,710 mm, a width of 1,880 mm, and a height of 1,560 mm. It comes with multiple powertrain options, including HEV, PHEV, and FCEV, and is expected to be launched in Autumn 2023 for the HEV variant and Winter 2023 for the PHEV variant.
The sedan type is the largest among the three, measuring 5,030 mm in length. It has a width of 1,890 mm and a height of 1,470 mm. The sedan type is equipped with an HEV powertrain and is scheduled to launch in Autumn 2023.
Finally, the estate type is between the sport and sedan types in terms of length, measuring 4,930 mm. It has a width of 1,880 mm and a height of 1,620 mm. The estate type is available with both HEV and PHEV powertrains, and is set to launch in 2024.
All three types offer seating for up to five passengers, and each has its own unique features and characteristics. Ultimately, the choice between these types will depend on individual preferences and needs, such as desired size, powertrain options, and launch date.