The 2025 Toyota Crown is expected to be a luxurious and innovative addition to Toyota’s lineup, building on the success of its predecessors. With a bold design and powerful performance, this premium sedan is set to offer an intuitive driving experience, supreme comfort, and cutting-edge technology.
The Crown will be available in three grades: XLE, Limited, and Platinum, with prices starting at $39,950 for the XLE grade, $45,550 for the Limited grade, and $52,350 for the Platinum grade. The vehicle is expected to arrive at Toyota dealerships in early 2023.
Built on the Toyota New Global Architecture K (TNGA-K) platform, the Crown combines the best of both worlds: sedan driving comfort and crossover-like ride height. Its overall height is 60.6 inches, compared to 56.9 inches for the Camry, while its overall length is 194 inches, width is 72.4 inches, and wheelbase is 112.2 inches. The TNGA-K platform also allows for front strut and rear multi-link suspension tuning, providing agile handling and a smooth, quiet ride.
The 2025 Toyota Crown will offer a choice of two different hybrid powertrains: HYBRID MAX or the fourth-generation Toyota Hybrid System (THS). The HYBRID MAX powertrain, exclusive to the Platinum grade, is Toyota’s all-new performance hybrid that delivers an estimated 340 net horsepower. The XLE and Limited models will come equipped with the 2.5-liter Toyota Hybrid System, Electronic On-Demand All-Wheel Drive, three selectable drive modes, 19-inch alloy wheels, heated and powered woven fabric front seats, and the all-new Toyota Multimedia System with a 12.3-inch touchscreen and six speakers.
Unfortunately, none of the 2025 Toyota Crown versions will have the HUD (heads-up display) option. However, the Crown will feature Remote Connect, allowing drivers to start the engine, lock/unlock doors, and locate their vehicle using a compatible smartphone or smartwatch with an active Remote Connect trial or subscription.
Safety is a priority for Toyota, and the 2025 Crown will come equipped with Toyota Safety Sense 3.0 as standard across all grades. This package includes automated emergency braking with pedestrian detection, adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping assist, and automatic high-beam headlamps.
In summary, the 2025 Toyota Crown promises to be a luxurious and innovative sedan that combines performance, comfort, and advanced technology. With its bold design, powerful hybrid powertrains, and cutting-edge features, the Crown is set to make a strong impression when it arrives at dealerships in early 2023.