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Toyota releases new generation "Century"! Launches sliding door specifications and GR models, releases photos of convertible model

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●Toyota’s new generation flagship model “Century” makes its world premiere
●"The door opening and closing method can be selected" and a sliding door model is also available! The GR model has been announced. Will a convertible model be launched in the future?

Toyota’s new generation flagship model “Century” makes its world premiere


On September 6, 2023, Toyota held the "Toyota New Car Launch" on YouTube, making the world premiere of its flagship model "Century".

The new-generation flagship model "Century" that made its world premiere does not replace the third-generation "Century" launched in 2018, but is a derivative model and a station wagon-shaped SUV with increased vehicle height.

Toyota said that turning "Century" into an SUV model is a new direction, but at the same time it does not change its essence as a "Century". Like the sedan model, it is a vehicle that is very much in line with Toyota's flagship model.

The power specification adopts a PHEV system, which makes it highly quiet when used as a daily mobile tool, and can also achieve the goal of zero emissions. The car adopts four-wheel steering and four-wheel drive, which can provide passengers with a more comfortable riding experience than before.

There is also a sliding door model with "selectable door opening and closing methods"! The "GR" has been announced. Will a convertible model be launched in the future?


Toyota prepared two new generation "Century" models at the "Century" world premiere conference.

The vehicle on the left side of the picture is a regular model, while the vehicle on the right side has a GR emblem on the water tank guard, so it is speculated that it is a GR model. In addition to the design below the front bumper and the wheel rims being different from ordinary models, the car is also equipped with red brake calipers.

The rear seat door of the suspected GR model is opened using a sliding door design, which is different from the common outward-opening hinge design. The press conference also mentioned that "no matter which Century is customized, it can meet the needs of customers." In addition to color and material, you can also choose the door opening method.

In addition, the slideshow titled "Infinite Possibilities" at the press conference also included a convertible version of the Century.

Original source:Toyota's new model "Century" announced!Sliding door version and “GR” are available, as well as a glimpse of the open model
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