The Toyota Crown Outdoor sedan will receive a plastic body kit, additional optics and off-road tires, and its ground clearance will be increased. The model will be offered in hybrid versions with a power of up to 349 hp. With.
The Toyota Crown sedan may receive a custom all-terrain version. This was stated by the chief engineer of the Crown line, Ryutaro Shimizu, at a presentation in Japan, the Car.Watch website reports.
According to him, Toyota management plans to replenish the premium Crown family with original versions of models. One of them will be a serial modification of the Toyota Crown Outdoor concept car, shown earlier this year at a tuning show in Tokyo.
Toyota’s largest SUV received an extreme version for harsh conditions (photo)
The Toyota Crown Outdoor sedan has been prepared for off-road use. Its ground clearance was increased, a plastic body kit and arch extensions were installed, and the car was fitted with huge BF Goodrich off-road tires measuring 265/60 R18.
In addition, underbody protection and bright red mudguards appeared. Toyota Crown Outdoor also received additional LED optics, and a luggage rack was mounted on its roof.
The production Toyota Crown Outdoor sedan should retain economical hybrid units with a capacity of 236 and 349 hp. With. from the standard model. As you know, both of them are all-wheel drive.
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