2014 Toyota Crown Athlete : Concept Cars
Do you know why the Corolla bears this name? Well, “Corolla” means “small crown” in Latin, which means the car is a more compact version of a bigger sedan. And that is the mighty Crown model.
While the first models were sold in a bunch of markets, including the US and Australia, the modern Crown is now sold only in Japan. Too bad, because there might be a lot of people wanting a Crown Athlete instead of the Avalon. Not that it’s something wrong with the Avalon, it has a nice interior and comes in a lot of different grades, but it look kinda boring on the outside.
The Toyota Crown Athlete is offered in 11 (!) versions on the Japanese market, starting at ¥3,800,000 ($37,500) and escalating to ¥5,750,000 ($56,700). Of course we’ll not gonna take care of each one here, but you should know it’s available with a 2.5-liter V6, 2.5-liter V6 and 2.5-liter V6 hybrid.
The top trim Crown Athlete 3.5 G is almost Lexus grade, coming with soft faux leather interior trimmings, 18-inch multispoke alloy rims, chrome tipped dual exhaust, electric rear sunshades, adaptive high beam system, Optitron gauge cluster, electric adjustable leather steering wheel with memory, dual climate control, four-way electrically adjustable driver seat with memory and a quality infotainment touchscreen system with navigation and 10 speaker sound system. It’s also available in six exterior colors including the nice Dark Red Mica Metallic finish.
Still think Toyota makes crappy cars for old people?
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