2018 Toyota Crown Majesta


Toyota Motors Corporation says there are plans to launch the 2018 Toyota Crown Majesta in Japan early next year. The inbound Crown Majesta is a premium sedan that gets designed with Japanese consumers in mind. The Majesta tops the Crown series when it comes to delivering impressive levels of satisfaction and enjoyment.

In the quest to build ever-better cars, Toyota Motors Corporation equips the Crown Majesta with top-of-the-range features. The new sedan is seeking to lead Japan’s high-end car segment, and TMC has done everything in its power to offer the Majesta with a well-established character and highly refined performance.

One of its standout features is a 3.5-liter hybrid engine system that delivers outstanding driving characteristics and exceptional performance. Its wheelbase has been outstretched about 2.95 inches longer than the Athlete and Royal. That way, you get a more graceful rear space as well as a sweeping side view.

2018 Toyota Crown Majesta front

2018 Toyota Crown Majesta – Seductive Style

The 2018 Toyota Crown Majesta highlights a crown–shaped grille with stable vehicle structure and low center of gravity. This grille includes a thicker front bumper, boldly-staged vertical bars, and chrome embellishment on the bottommost edge. We also find four powerful LED headlights which display the Majesta’s intrepid stature.

Further, the Crown Majesta’s uniqueness is brought by line-shaped smoked-blue illuminated clearance lights and black headlight extensions. There are rocker panels with chrome ornamentation showcasing the sedan’s low COG. These panels also emphasize the sharp-yet-protracted look of the side view.

Interior Design

The next gen 2018 Toyota Crown Majesta interior design embodies Japanese traditional aesthetic motifs, including overlapping patterns and layers. The Majesta harmonizes all shapes and handiwork imbued inside the sedan to execute a progressive design, which blends tradition with innovation.

We can see a lot of patterns across the cabin, such as sunburst wood grain ornamentation with circular patterns and Zelkova growth rings. The steering wheel comes wrapped in handpicked leather to achieve the highest quality texture.

The front seatbacks present the wood grain that creates a horizontal connection with the rear-seat door trim. It emphasizes the Crown Majesta’s spaciousness. Several other features receive the wood grain ornamentation pattern—rear air conditioning vent covers and rear seat center armrest—to give the much-needed elegance to the rear cabin

Toyota has shaped the rear seats with an enveloping design to provide a sense of security. Rear seats also include a separate trim flowing toward the shoulder height, thus accentuating the design continuity. There are two types of leather seat coverings, which include Black and Flaxen.

Rear seat passengers get a relaxed and tranquil environment that suits different situations, such as when driving and during ingress and egress. The purported setting is inspired by the rear doors that get illuminated so that they change colors depending on the situation.

2018 Toyota Crown Majesta interior

2018 Toyota Crown Majesta – The next-gen Direct Injection 4-Stroke fuel injection technology

The 2018 Toyota Crown Majesta gets its juice from a 310-hp 3.5-liter Atkinson-cycle V6 engine. This unit will likely receive the super version of the next-gen Direct Injection 4-Stroke fuel injection technology. Toyota will improve a lot of Majesta features to pursue the highest level of efficiency. Plans to upgrade the motor, inverter and an exclusive rear-wheel-drive hybrid system are on the way.

In Japan, the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Tourism, and Transport has certified the 2018 Toyota Crown Majesta as 75% lower in CO2 emissions than 2005 standards. Hence, the inbound Crown Majesta is entitled to reduced taxes according to the Japanese’s tax system for environmentally-friendly cars.

Debut and MSRP

The production of the 2018 Toyota Crown Majesta kicked off in September at Motomachi Assembly Plant. Consequently, this model should grace the showrooms in the first stages of next year. Entry-level variants kick-start their prices at $53,829, while more-equipped models sell at $59,125.

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