2023 Toyota Crown: What It’ll Look Like, Powertrains And Everything Else We Know

Since 1955, Toyota’s Crown has been a mainstay of Japanese car culture.

The long-running large luxury saloon line has won many hearts and minds with its front-engine, rear-wheel-drive format.

Recently discovered patent images and official teasers confirm that the next generation Crown will morph into a high-riding sedan for the first time

While previously leaked dealer documents confirmed that it will be coming to North America as well where it will essentially replace the axed Avalon.

It’s a new direction that will undoubtedly ruffle a few feathers, but is that a bad thing? Let’s take an illustrative preview before its imminent debut.

Conjecture suggests it will ride upon Toyota’s TNGA-K platform that underpins many other models, including the RAV4, Camry, and Lexus NX

The Crown will also be a reasonably long affair at 194.1 in (4,930 mm), which would place it closer to the Avalon (195.9 in.) than the Camry (192.1 in.).

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