The Crown Concept is an idea vehicle established in pursuit of driving performance and linked technology. It features the blend of the storied Crown custom with its birth in 1955 and the development to be expected in the Crown in a next generation mobility society.
The present, 14th (!) generation Toyota Crown was released back in December 2012 and was slightly refreshed in 2015. The model is now practically 5 years old and is in a desperate need of a successor. During the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show, the Japanese producer will present a near production model of the new Crown, which could be exposed sometime in the year.
2019 Toyota Crown Platform
Certainly the most important thing about the new Crown is the switch to Toyota’s new TNGA platform, which must “offer customers the enjoyment of driving cars while pursuing a future mobility society.” That’s a pretty unclear statement, but we anticipate the re-engineered model to be lighter, including better handling and improved driving stability, all checked at the German Nurburgring track. The car manufacturer promises the driver will just need to “take pleasure in the driving experience.”
Initial details suggest the new Crown will be a little longer than the model that’s still on sale– 193 inches (4,190 millimeters) versus 192 in (4,885 mm), with a bit longer wheelbase. This need to result in more area for the passengers, along with extra boot volume.
2019 Toyota Crown Design
As far as the design is concerned, the Crown study, previewing the 15th generation of the sedan, includes sharp styling, controlled by massive radiator grille at the front, flanked by sweptback headlights. The side profile is muscular with large wheel arches and long rear overhang.
The production version of the principle seen here will be equipped with Data Communication Modules (DCM) as standard. The system will be collecting information for vehicles and traffic, and will process the information to resolve “societal problems” by “minimizing traffic congestion in cities.”
2019 Toyota Crown Engine
Speaking of powertrain, the new Toyota Crown can be had as a hybrid, powered either by the 2.5-liter Dynamic Force hybrid system (166 kW or 223 hp general) or by the 3.5-liter V6 multi-stage hybrid setup (264 kW or 354 hp general). Additionally, clients can choose a 2-liter direct-injected turbo unit making 180 kW (241 hp) and 350 Nm of torque.
2019 Toyota Crown Safety
Pursuit of ingenious evolution in order to completely recognize linked technology as a service Responding to an IoT society with total execution of Data Communication Modules (DCM) Toyota hopes to provide new value to clients by utilizing huge data that is acquired from DCMs set up in Toyota vehicles. The DCM will come basic in the business model of the Crown Concept.
From “security recognized by one car” to “security recognized by the whole city” Toyota’s innovative technologies not just consist of automatic braking, however also ITS Connect, a connected technology service that keeps society safe as a whole through the sharing of details on things like traffic signals and other vehicles. Toyota has actually contributed to the early development of connected technology by participating in public and private presentation experiments.
2019 Toyota Crown Release Date
Toyota intends to provide a car that can continue to excite drivers, well into ownership, and thinks that the remote technology special to this connected car, along with the usage of a new mobility service, can offer an interesting development to the driving lifestyles of its consumers. The business model of the Crown Concept is scheduled to be launched around the summertime of 2018.