The Toyota Crown is finally returning to the U.S however, it appears to be the size of an vehicle or crossover rather than the elegant sedan we once loved. In the midst of celebrating 15 previous generations and 2023, the Toyota Crown has debuted an overhaul that combines an SUV and a crossover with a bit of performance features to make it look like a. This scattershot strategy has resulted in an all-crossover Crown hybrid, which has an engine that is turbocharged with two motors electric that produce 335 horsepower. There’s plenty going on in this model however, is it excessive?
Toyota claims its new version of its Crown will be “reimagining the full-size sedan,” and the automaker insists that the Crown is still an SUV. Yeah, OK, Toyota. The brand new Crown is built on the TNGA-K platformidentical to those of the Avalon, Camry and Highlander. The brand new Crown is nearly four inches higher than the Camry and the wheelbase is an inch longer. This makes the Crown its ride height for a crossover and keeps the sedan’s driving experience intact According to Toyota.