Toyota has revealed the 2015 Crown at the 2014 Guangzhou International Automobile Exhibition in China.
The 2015 Crown is conceptualized by a team of designers who have specialized in jewelry, space and architecture. With this, Toyota says the 2015 Crown blends "tradition and innovation."
Up front, it has a large chrome grill complemented by LED headlights. The distinctive bumper of the vehicle houses vertical fog lamps and air intakes. Turning at the side, the exterior mirror of the 2015 Crown is integrated with turn signals and smooth flowing lines extends up to the rear end of the vehicle.
At the rear, the 2015 Crown is fitted with LED taillights and a large bumper that houses the reflector lights. It also has a shark fin antenna and a chrome bar placed above the license plate area. Overall, the rear of the 2015 Crown seems to be larger than most sedans.
Inside, it features a 13-inch TFT infotainment system and a full leather cabin. It also has a four-spoke steering wheel with audio controls and what appears to be a dark wood trim.
The 2015 Crown is powered either by a 2.5-liter naturally aspirated or a 2.0-liter turbocharged direct injection engine. However, power outputs of the said engines are yet to be released by Toyota.