The 2023 Toyota Crown Wants to unveiled hybrid sedan

The 2023 Toyota Crown Wants to unveiled hybrid sedan

With the debut of the 2023 Toyota Crown, the automaker's

The Toyota Crown nameplate has been around for decades, though it wasn't as mainstay in the US as it was globally.

Toyota offers the 2023 Crown in three trim levels: XLE, Limited and Platinum. All come with hybrid power and all-wheel drive (AWD).

Two powertrains are available, including a "Hybrid Max" engine that combines a turbocharged 4-cylinder engine with a rear-axle motor for 340 horsepower.

 At 60.6 inches, the car is nearly four inches longer than the Camry ; It is 194 inches long overall. 

The base Crown XLE has 19-inch wheels, but the top two variants ride on 21-inch rollers. exclusive two-tone paint that includes a black roof and a choice of exterior body colors.

The Crown runs Toyota's  new audio multimedia infotainment system on a massive 12.3-inch touchscreen.

The base XLE trim has a 6-speaker sound system, but the Limited and Platinum trims have a JBL premium audio system with 11 speakers and an 8-channel amp

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The entry-level engine is similar to what we've seen in other Toyota hybrids: a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder mated to two electric motors.

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