Images of the Toyota Crown Patent for 2023 have been leaked
  Sep 04, 2023     talha seo  

Images of the Toyota Crown Patent for 2023 have been leaked

Toyota said in November 2020 that the legendary Crown moniker will be phased down, although Japanese media speculated that the Crown may be revived as a big SUV model to meet booming SUV demand. The name was reused in April 2021 for a Crown Kluger SUV in China, which was simply a cosmetically different version of the Toyota Highlander.

However, different Japanese auto websites have leaked patent photos from the local trademark department, revealing a fresh take on the Crown in the form of a high-riding fastback. The grainy photographs reveal a front end that resembles a US-spec Corolla with a hint of Civic. A slender full-width light bar separates the Toyota symbol on the intricate rear end.


According to reports, the vehicle will be known as Crown Cross and will be based on the TNGA-K platform. According to sources, it will be 4,930mm long, 1,840mm wide, and 1,540mm tall, with a 2,850mm wheelbase, making it larger in every dimension than the current sedan, but with a slightly shorter wheelbase.

According to reports, Toyota will sell the 2019 Crown Cross with a four-cylinder 2.5L hybrid engine and a CVT transmission. There will also be a turbocharged 2.4L engine with a 6-speed automatic gearbox and a choice of front-wheel or all-wheel drive, as well as a plug-in hybrid option. According to rumors in Japanese media, the new Toyota Crown Cross will debut on July 15, 2022.

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