Details of the new generation Toyota Crown, transforming from a sedan into a crossover

The 16th generation Toyota Crown was launched in the North American market with a fancy Crossover variant.

Toyota Crown has officially returned to the North American market after a 50-year absence. With the 16th generation, the automaker introduces the Crossover design for the first time applied on the Crown line.

The car was launched with 3 versions XLE, Limited and Platinum. Toyota said it will officially distribute this model at the end of 2022, with a specific price that has not been disclosed.

Toyota Crown will replace Avalon when this model ends production this year. The car is developed on the TNGA-K platform, shared with Camry, RAV4, Venza...

The car shares Toyota's new design language similar to the bZ4X series, with a large grille, multi-cavity LED headlights, thin daytime running lights...

Crown dimensions reach 4,928 x 1,839 x 1,539 mm, with a wheelbase of 2,850 mm. Overall the car is shorter and narrower than the Avalon model and the wheelbase is 20mm shorter.

A new feature on this crossover is the contrasting 2-tone exterior on the Platinum version. While the bonnet and luggage compartment lid are painted in glossy black, the remaining exterior details are painted in Oxygen White, Heavy Metal gray, Supersonic Red or Bronze Age.

The standard version Crown XLE receives 19-inch multi-spoke wheels. Meanwhile, the most advanced version of Crown Platinum has 21-inch contrasting 2-tone wheels.

The roof is designed to slide down the luggage compartment lid. The LED technology taillight strip is arranged to extend across the body, passing through the Toyota logo.

Toyota Crown owns a 12.3-inch digital taplo dashboard and 12.3-inch touch-sensitive central entertainment screen, which supports wireless Apple Carplay and Android Auto connectivity.

The standard version is equipped with fabric seats and Softex. More advanced versions have multi-directional electric leather seats with heating and cooling, a panoramic sunroof...

Toyota engineers also upgraded sound insulation, limiting echoes into the interior compartment with multi-layer glass, reinforcing important positions in the undercarriage and door tapi...

Toyota Crown XLE and Limited are equipped with a 2.5L 4-cylinder hybrid engine. Meanwhile, Crown Platinum receives 345 horsepower 2.4L 4-cylinder Hybrid Max engine.

Comes with this engine is a 6-speed automatic transmission with all-new multi-disc wet clutch technology. XLE and Limited variants receive only an electrically controlled continuously variable transmission.

All 3 versions have a full-time 4-wheel drive system. However, Crown Platinum is equipped with E-Four technology, which allows up to 80% of power to be transmitted to the rear axle.

Eco, Normal and Sport are 3 basic driving modes on 3 versions. The most advanced Platinum variant adds 3 modes Custom, Comfort and Sport +.

Safety system Toyota Safety Sense 3.0 is fully equipped on all 3 versions, including smart phase features, blind spot warning, cross-traffic warning...

Toyota also focuses on comfort when equipped with many standards and options such as intelligent virtual assistant, multi-zone air conditioning, wireless charging, JBL sound system...

In addition, Mr. Akio Toyoda - CEO of Toyota, said that he will continue to expand the Crown product line to the international market. Besides the Crossover variant, the company offers 3 more versions of Sport, Sedan and Estate.

Details of the new generation Toyota Crown, transforming from a sedan into a crossover Details of the new generation Toyota Crown, transforming from a sedan into a crossover Reviewed by Dang Nhan on July 17, 2022 Rating: 5

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