The new 2023 Toyota Crown has finally made its name in the US markets after decades of disappearance. The name although brings out some good memories from the old time, the 2023 has been refreshed to stand out from the same segment cars. The 2023 Crown finds itself between the spaces of a sedan and an SUV-styled coupe-ish body. The new Toyota Crown features astonishing looks with a broad road presence and offers the full features of a sedan with its spacious four-door body.
The Crown comes with an array of powertrain options from 2.5-liter or 2.4-liter turbo-four engines with three electric motors. The engines come paired with an automatic CVT gearbox and make over 340 horsepower. A modern-looking car with a sweet set of powerful engines complimented by a feature-rich comfortable interior makes the Toyota Crown a worth companion.
The Toyota Crown will be an all-new model that will join the company’s 2023 lineup of cars. It carries the same nameplate but offers impressive power and a high-tech, comfortable interior. The 2023 Toyota Crown will go into production later this year and could hit the roads at the starting of 2023.
Engine Specifications & Performance
The 2023 Crown offers two sets of hybrid powertrain options that offer both powerful and affluent drives. The base XLE and mid-tier Limited trim offer a 2.5-liter turbocharged engine with three electric motors that produce over 236 horsepower. The top-spec Platinum trim will pack a 2.4-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder engine with a rear-electric motor that makes a hefty 340 horsepower. The Platinum trim comes with a 6-speed automatic gearbox while the others pack a CVT automatic.
All models will offer a standard all-wheel drive functionality with a tuned suspension for a comforting ride. We will update you about the performance and other specifications after the company reveal the official information about the car. We expect the car will be extensively quick with an acceleration time of under 5 seconds for the base trims and 4.0 seconds for the top-spec model.
|2023 Toyota Crown Mileage||Combined Mileage|
The official fuel economy of the upcoming Toyota Crown is not revealed yet. While we wait for the official EPA ratings we can estimate the mileage figures judging by its hybrid powertrain. We expect the new Crown will deliver over 38 mpg with its base hybrid powertrain and the top-spec model will deliver 28 mpg. We will update when the official EPA ratings of the car’s fuel economy are out.
Dimensions, Space & Airbags
The official dimensions of the upcoming TOyota Crown are not revealed by the company. We will update you when the car has been launched and the official specs are out.
|2023 Toyota Crown Price||Price (USD)|
The company hasn’t released the official price of the car so the 2023 Toyota Crown is still a few months away from its official launch. Judging by the cars from the same segment, we expect Toyota would make the pricing aggressive. We expect the base XLE trim to cost over $41,000 and the Limited trim to cost around $45,000. The top-spec Platinum trim with its 340-hp Hybrid engine trim will cost over $49,000.
Specifications: Acceleration & Top-speed
|2023 Toyota Crown Specifications|
|Engine||2.4-liter turbocharged four-cylinder with an electric motor|
|0-60 MPH||4 seconds|
|Top speed||130 mph|