New 2013 Toyota Crown Royal and Crown Athlete Sedan released in Japan

The Crown series is probably the oldest brand of Toyota cars running around the world. It was first launched and manufactured in 1955 and has been very successful worldwide. Recently with the introduction to another car of the Crown series, this model entered its 14th generation. The car has been launched in Japan very recently. The car holds similar features of its older versions. The new model is of the same size like the E-class range of Mercedes Benz. It measures about 192.7 inches in terms of length. It is available in two exclusive features. One is the Athlete model with its sporty look and the Royal range, a luxurious brand. These two flavors have brought about a new range of exclusivity to the model.

The president of the company, Akio Toyoda has said that the makers of the car re-designed it entirely in order to gain more customers. He said this while the launching ceremony of the car was taking place in Japan this Tuesday. Both the models of the car have very stylish attributes. The interior of the cars have been given a fresh look. All the main parts and components of the car have gone through upgraded checks. The power system of the car includes a 2.5 liter hybrid engine version. New range of technological developments includes the Multi-Operational Touch system, which is an exclusive item of the company. This enables the control operation of the various parts of the car with the touch of the hand.

The Athlete model is a sportier version of the car. It has been given dynamic stance as compared to the other version/ it has brilliant design on the exterior and better grilles. The front as well as the rear bumpers has gone changes. The engine that runs on gasoline adds to the powerful driving system. It gives extra smoothness and adds to the comfort of driving.

 

Photos of Crown Royal

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Photos of Crown Athlete

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