Toyota has unveiled its latest addition to the Crown series, the Crown Signia SUV. Positioned as a five-seat SUV with estate-like aesthetics, it replaces the Toyota Harrier and Venza in certain international markets. The Crown Signia shares its platform with the high-riding sedan in the Crown lineup.
Featuring a crossover-inspired design with a slightly sloping roofline, the Crown Signia incorporates Toyota’s distinctive “hammerhead” nose styling seen in other models like the Crown sedan, Prius, and the latest Camry sedan. The front bumper is tall, housing a unique grille design and stylish headlamps, while the LED daytime running lights adopt a sleek C-shaped pattern. The SUV exhibits a distinctive appearance with its five-door crossover layout, slim wraparound tail-lamps, lower roofline, and short overhangs, deviating from a more estate-like design.
Inside, the Crown Signia’s dashboard mirrors that of the Crown sedan, featuring two 12.3-inch screens for infotainment and instrumentation. The SUV is equipped with various features, safety technologies, and textures depending on the variant.
Under the hood, Toyota has confirmed the presence of the familiar 2.5-litre four-cylinder petrol-hybrid engine, although specific power output figures were not provided. Safety features include multiple standard airbags and the Toyota Safety Sense 3.0, offering various Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) features depending on the variant.
The Crown Signia SUV, already available in Japan as the Crown Estate, is set to hit the North American market soon. Toyota is expected to introduce the SUV to additional markets in the near future.
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