After the Mirai, Toyota Motor Corp. intends to introduce a hydrogen-powered fuel cell version of the new Crown Sedan in the autumn.
Four variants make up Toyota’s 16th generation Crown: a crossover, a sport, a sedan and an estate.
A hybrid car with a fresh look that combines a sedan and a sport utility vehicle is called a crossover. In September, it was released.
Both hybrid and fuel cell variants of the sedan will be available.
An SUV is the Sport. Toyota intends to release a hybrid model in the fall and a plug-in hybrid model in the winter.
The Estate, which combines a waggon and an SUV, will get a hybrid and plug-in hybrid debut in 2024. The costs will be revealed later.