Toyota first unveiled the Toyota Crown in 1955, a popular sedan in Japan and one of Toyota’s oldest products. This time the Toyota Crown returns to us with its all-new 16th generation, which will be the first to receive a performance-oriented hybrid engine from the manufacturer. Toyota has not yet announced prices, and it will be Toyota Crown 2023 The all-new one is completely different from the previous versions and will replace the soon-to-be-discontinued Avalon. In addition to the sedan-like exterior body style with a fastback design, the Toyota Crown 2023 will also be offered as three body styles, a conventional sedan, a compact Toyota Crown crossover, and an SUV called the Crown Estate.
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Toyota Crown 2023 features
Standard all-wheel drive
Luxurious high-tech cabin
Large interior space
Several standard driver assistance systems
Good fuel economy
Ease of entry and exit from the cabin
Good view from the driver’s seat
Disadvantages of Toyota Crown 2023
The exterior design is not popular with some
Limited headroom in the back
Toyota Crown 2023 price
Toyota Crown 2023 car prices in the global market
XLE: Starting at $39,950
Limited: Starting at $45,550
Platinum: Starting at $52,350
Toyota Crown 2023 car prices in Saudi Arabia
Price of the Crown Standard XLE version: Starting from 150,000 SAR
Crown Limited Price: Starting from 171,000 SAR
Crown Platinum Price: Starting from 196,000 SAR
Toyota Crown 2023 engines
The new Toyota Crown 2023 will be available in three versions, with two four-cylinder engines, two electric motors and a nickel-metal hydride battery.
The standard 2.5L Hybrid engine produces 236hp on XLE and Limited versions, and helps achieve a fuel economy of 6.1l/100km city/highway.
The Platinum model benefits from the Hybrid Max, a performance-tuned engine expected to produce 340 horsepower from the 2.4-liter turbocharged four-cylinder. It helps achieve a fuel consumption of 8.4 liters per 100 km in the city/highway.
All models feature all-wheel drive as standard, and a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) on XLE and Limited models, while the Platinum model features a six-speed automatic transmission.
Toyota Crown 2023 performance
XLE and Limited models are available with three driving modes: Normal, Economy and Sport. The Platinum model adds Sport +, Comfort and Custom modes.
Toyota has added Adaptive Suspension and Active Cornering Assist for even more smooth handling and driving comfort.
The Crown also comes with Active Cornering Assist, which uses stability control to minimize roll in cornering.
Platinum’s all-wheel drive system sends up to 70 percent of the engine’s power to the front wheels or up to 80 percent to the rear wheels.
Toyota Crown 2023 exterior dimensions
height: 492.7 cm (versus 497 cm on the Avalon)
wheelbase length: 284.9 cm
the offer: 183.8 cm
Height: 153.9 cm (versus 144.5 cm on the Camry and 143.5 cm on the Avalon)
Empty vehicle weight: 1678 kg
Toyota Crown 2023 exterior styling
The Toyota Crown is available on the Toyota TNGA-K platform, which is also found on the Camry and Avalon.
The all-new 2023 Toyota Crown comes with traditional sedan-inspired styling cues at the front and features a lower roofline compared to the hood. The standard Crown 2023’s exterior is coupe-like, with a sloping roofline aft, which is defined by a large headbox surmounted by a light strip and the Crown emblem written at the rear.
International models will have a grille badge similar to the Maserati badge in the front grille, while the American model will be presented with a unique grille with the traditional Toyota logo. The flat front grille comes in diamond shapes, and there are small horizontal air intakes above and below the grille.
According to the manufacturer, the ride height will be slightly less than that of the SUV, and the wheel arches will be painted black.
Although the rear design of the car resembles a coupe, the trunk lid will be the same as the trunk of a regular sedan.
The front end design is inspired by the design of the new bZ4X SUV, but retains the Avalon’s air intake.
LED headlights and taillights are standard, and top models feature a panoramic sunroof.
19-inch aluminum wheels are standard on the base XLE, while the Platinum trim gets 21-inch 10-spoke wheels with black accents.
Crown and its new colors
The new 2023 Toyota Crown will be available in eight exterior paint options, including Black, White, Heavy Metal Black and Age Bronze. The Platinum model can also be had in two-tone paint, with black paint on the hood and cargo box.
Toyota Crown 2023 interior
The interior of the Toyota Crown 2023 is not as sophisticated as the exterior, but it has a clean and simple look.
The front seats are heated with eight-way power adjustment, while the base model uses SofTex fabric and synthetic leather upholstery. Limited and Platinum models add front seat ventilation, rear seat heating, and leather upholstery.
Rear passengers will get spacious, comfortable seats, air vents and USB-C charging ports.
The interior of the Crown XLE comes in black, and the Limited model can also be equipped in macadamia color or in black and brown.
The Crown cabin is quiet, with glass and soundproofing materials throughout.
All models feature a 12.3-inch touchscreen and 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster, wireless charging, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, Wi-Fi, over-the-air updates and “Hey Toyota” voice recognition technology.
The Platinum model comes standard with an 11-speaker JBL sound system.
The Toyota Crown 2023 comes standard with the Toyota Safety Sense 3.0 package, which includes pre-collision with pedestrian detection, lane departure warning, adaptive cruise control, and more.
Some safety functions are also improved, particularly with respect to warning and lane departure assist, adaptive cruise control and high beam headlights.
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