2024 Hybrid Toyota Crown Sport Debuted. The 2024 hybrid Toyota Crown Sport was just introduced to the Japanese market, expanding the lineup of electric Crown models. Toyota brought back the Crown brand in July 2022. It has a lengthy history spanning 15 generations. Although the Crown has historically been classified as a sedan, the redesigned portfolio now includes several variations, such as crossovers and SUVs.
Hybrid Toyota Crown Sport 2024 Price
Initially, the Hybrid Sport Z Grade will be available for sale with a price tag of ¥5,900,000 ($39,620). The company is taking orders. Currently, orders are open in Japan, with the initial deliveries of the hybrid model scheduled for November and the plug-in hybrid variant set to be available in December.
|Hybrid Toyota Crown Sport||USD 39,620|
The dimensions of the Toyota Crown Sport with a hybrid powertrain are 4,729 mm long, 1,880 mm wide, and 1,565 mm high.
Design language (Exterior)
The Crown Sport’s exterior has a curved shape, and the rear fenders have been sculpted to show off the 21-inch alloy wheels.
The recently released vehicle’s front fascia is embellished with the hammerhead lights, the company’s newest characteristic design feature, while the rear end radiates athleticism with horizontally positioned LED taillights, a short and steeply slanted windscreen, and vertical outlets on the back bumper.
Inside the cabin, the new 2023 Toyota Crown Sport features a 12.3-inch infotainment touchscreen on the dashboard that is similar to that of the Crown Cross.
Notably, it features Toyota’s “sound-regulating ceiling,” which improves cabin peace for better passenger communication. With the most recent version of Toyota‘s Safety Sense Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) suite, the car has features including Proactive Driving Assist and Toyota Teammate Advanced Drive that help drivers navigate busy roads.
Customers can choose between two different powerplant options for the Toyota Crown Sport:
plug-in hybrid self-charging hybrid system. The hybrid self-charging model uses the 2.5L E-Four Parallel Hybrid System from the Crown Crossover, delivering a combined 231 horsepower to all four wheels through an electric 4WD system.
Although there are few details about the plug-in hybrid, Toyota has stated that it would have a longer electric vehicle (EV) range thanks to a new “large-capacity lithium-ion battery” that is made to fit as little as possible inside the cabin.