2023 Crown Interior – A Closer LookJan 3rd, 2023
Toyota has brought luxury to their sedan with the 2023 Toyota Crown. The interior has soft-touch surfaces throughout, and the dashboard’s horizontal design emphasis creates an impression of vast interior space.
The infotainment system is fitted only to the XLE trim, and consists of a 12.3-inch diagonal color multimedia touchscreen, six speakers, wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, and a SiriusXM three-month trial subscription. Limited and Platinum trim levels keep this functionality, but add a JBL premium audio system with 11 speakers including a subwoofer and amplifier.
Bluetooth compatibility is included with both systems, and there are plenty of USB ports scattered throughout the cabin: There are two USB-C charge ports in front and two in the rear, as well as a USB-A charge port in the front console. Further versatility is ensured by a 12V/120W auxiliary power outlet in the front console.
Seating and Interior Space
The Toyota Crown is classified as a five-seater, with reasonable leg- and shoulder room in front at 42.1 and 57.1 inches. There are cupholders aplenty in the cabin, with two cupholders in front, another one in each front door, a bottle holder at the rear, and two cupholders in the folding rear center armrest. The center console bin is very large and the door bins are wide and easy to access.
On the entry-level XLE trim, the Toyota Crown interior is finished exclusively in black, with matte-bronze inserts on the dash and around the air vents. XLE seats are upholstered in a black synthetic leather-like SofTex material. The steering wheel and shift lever are trimmed with black leather across all model grades, however, and the cloth upholstery is of very good quality, so the tactility is upmarket even in the base model Crown.
The Limited trim gives you leather seat upholstery, with three available Crown interior colors: Black, Macadamia, and a Black/Dark Chestnut color combination. The dashboard top is black in all three cases, but the leather trim color extends to the center console, in front of the passenger seat, and onto the door cards.
Enjoy power-adjustable heated front seats trimmed in cloth, a leather-trimmed steering wheel with remote controls for the infotainment system and driver assistance systems, radar-guided cruise control, heated and powered exterior mirrors with power folding, a manual tilt-and-telescopic steering wheel, dual-zone climate control with rear-seat air vents, LED front- and rear reading lights, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, and smartphone charging.
Mid- and high-trim Crowns add more luxury & convenience features. Leather upholstery becomes available, along with ventilation for the front seats and heating for the rear seats, a panoramic glass roof with a power sunshade, a heated steering wheel, front and rear parking assist, rain-sensing automatic wipers, digital key compatibility, paddle shifters on the steering wheel, and a surround-view monitor with perimeter scan.
Safety equipment is a strong suit for the Crown, because all trim levels feature a wide array of standard safety features including: blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, a rearview camera with dynamic gridlines, pre-collision warning with pedestrian detection, automatic emergency braking, and lane departure warning. Many of these items are grouped under the Toyota Safety Sense 3.0 suite, and elevate the Crown’s standard equipment level to a very high level.
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