2024 Toyota Century SUV

Toyota is preparing to launch an SUV version of the Century. Take the report with the proverbial pinch of salt but the outlet believes it’s going to be based on the Highlander However, it’s said to be longer than the donor vehicle and have two-row seating with ample legroom for rear passengers. The high-riding Century is believed to stretch at 5.2 meters (204.7 inches), which would make it even longer than the Land Cruiser. A massive wheelbase of 3 meters (118.1 in) is mooted, so a supremely spacious interior is expected. Toyota’s absolute flagship SUV is rumored to be 1,950 mm (76.7 in) wide and 1,750 mm (68.9 in) tall, with a curb weight of around 2,200 kilograms (4,850 pounds). It’s said to cost anywhere from 10 to 15 million yen, so $75,800 to $114,000 (€70,600 to €106,000). Toyota allegedly intends to have the Century SUV on sale at home in Japan as early as mid-2023, with no details about possibly exporting the vehicle to other markets. While the idea of giving the fabled name the sport utility vehicle seems sacrilegious, let’s keep in mind there’s now a whole family of Crown models In Japan.



Toyota Century SUV Could Debut This August, Based On The Highlander.

According to the source, the company’s Tahara plant, which is known for making Lexus automobiles, will be used to construct the luxury SUV. The vehicle is “likely to be in at least the mid-10 million yen bracket,” the publication continued, adding it will be positioned above the Land Cruiser. The model will apparently target “rich people overseas” as well as government officials and will cost 15,000,000 yen, which is equal to $113,085 in US.

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