New Toyota Century Concept 2018 - 2019 Review, Photos, Exhibition, Exterior and Interior

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2018 All-new Toyota Century catalog(Japanese) slideshow UWG60系 トヨタ新型センチュリー 本カタログ 全ページ 2018/06/22発売

2018/06/24 Toyota introduced the chauffeur's-special Century sedan in 1967. The first generation spent 30 years in production, the second generation retired after a comparatively youthful 21 years on the line. The third generation you see above clearly remains a Century, but updates the model with all kinds of technology that didn't exist in the last century - not the time, nor the car. At the same time, the conveyance chosen by the Emperor of Japan and the Imperial House stays true to Japanese traditions of craftsmanship and detailing. The coach expands a bit for 2018, overall length stretching by three inches to 210 on a wheelbase that's grown 2.5 inches to 121.6, width up two inches and height up 1.1 inch. Legroom increases for back seat passengers — the press release doesn't mention any enhancements to the driver's area, because this car isn't for them — and raising the floor by 0.6 inch makes ingress to the rear compartment easier, because the floor is now level with the scuff plate. A stiffer body rides on a new, electronically-controlled air suspension and specially developed tires to smooth out the ride. Seamless installation of noise proofing and active noise cancellation restrict the hubbub. Beneath the raised rear fabric-covered ceiling with a manji lattice pattern symbolizing prosperity and longevity, wool cloth covers the seats and wood trim covers everything else. VIPs in the back left seat can get a massage and rest weary legs on the powered leg rest, and he or she will earn automatic rights to the seven-inch touchscreen in the armrest that adjusts the massage function, climate control, stereo, and curtains. Every VIP gets a view of the single 11.6-inch entertainment screen sending 12-channel audio through 20 speakers. Toyota might have put even more effort into the exterior detailing. An artist spends six weeks making each phoenix emblem in the "infinite loop" grille, the loop motif broken into quadrants that represent "harmony, prosperity, and flourishing prosperity." The curve of the doors is noted by "a surface treatment used in [the] Heian period" on room partitions, the Heian era spanning from 794 to 1185 A.D. A new, lush black dubbed "Kamui" gets six layers of paint, and a seventh layer of clear coat that contains the black paint. After three wet sandings and then buffing, Toyota says the result looks like black lacquer. The previous 5.0-liter V12 makes way for the 2UR-FSE 5.0-liter V8 from the Lexus LS 600h that departed our market in 2016. The engine produces 375 horsepower 376 pound-feet of torque, an electric motor adds 221 hp for a total of 425 hp, plus another 221 lb-ft. Toyota Safety Sense driving aids like Blind Spot Assist and Parking Support Alert help the driver keep his job. The new Helpnet and D-Call Net features will call emergency services if and when things do go wrong. Toyota only wants to sell 50 Crowns per month in Japan, at a price of 19,600,000 yen — about $178,000. That compares to 16,640,000 yen for a Mercedes-Benz S 560 long-wheelbase, or about $151,500.

2018 Toyota Century & Crown Concept

The new 3rd generation Century carries on the tradition of master craftsmanship and high-quality monozukuri (all-encompassing manufacturing) while realizing high-demand environmental performance and a design layout that pursues passenger comfort. The interior and exterior design injects new charm into the Century in line with its heritage. Moreover, the new Century features advanced equipment and comfort amenities only suitable for a luxury limousine. Specifically, the Century is now powered by a 5.0-liter V8 hybrid system for outstanding fuel efficiency. In addition, the wheelbase has lengthened, the height difference between the scuff plate and floor has decreased, and the height of the door opening has increased, all of which are refinements improving the rear seat riding experience. The intricately glamorous and chic exterior is highlighted by traditional Japanese design elements used throughout the car including the grille and black trim on the rear combination lamps. The interior features a raised ceiling*2 design and exclusive fabric while the adjustable rear seats (with massage function), are upgraded with a power leg rest for first-class comfort and a sophisticated riding experience. The Crown Concept is a concept vehicle developed in pursuit of driving performance and connected technology. It features the blend of the storied Crown tradition with its birth in 1955 and the innovation to be expected in the Crown in a next generation mobility society. Video used with permission courtesy of car-news.tv Get More Great Car Videos - Subscribe: https://goo.gl/BSIaFc

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New Toyota Century 2018 – Interior and Exterior

New Toyota Century 2018 – Interior and Exterior After beautifying the Tokyo Motor Show in October 2017 with its timeless Rolls-Royce-esque design, the Toyota Century has gone on sale in Japan. It comes to replace the previous generation of the large sedan, which was available for no less than 21 years in the Land of the Rising Sun where it serves as the company’s range-topping model. Described by its creator as being a “cutting-edge chauffeur-driven model,” the new Century has an exorbitant starting price to match its flagship status. Toyota wants a whopping 19,600,000 yen, which works out to $178,183 / €152,750 / £134,009 at current exchange rates. With such a steep asking price, it comes as no surprise the monthly sales target is of only 50 cars. The supremely classy sedan is even roomier than its predecessor after a stretch of the wheelbase of 65 millimeters (2.55 inches) to guarantee stately legroom for rear passengers relaxing on the massaging and ventilated rear seats. There’s also more headroom than before thanks to a newly developed raised ceiling taking inspiration from an architectural ceiling design to provide extra height in the central area. Getting in and out of the car is easier than before as a result of a height reduction of 15 millimeters (0.6 inches) between the scuff plate and the floor. The lavishly equipped interior has all the bells and whistles you could think of, including an adjustable power leg rest and a rear-seat entertainment system with a massive 11.6-inch screen. There are a whopping 20 speakers installed all over the cabin, along with a 7-inch touch panel between the rear seats from where the passengers can access a variety of functions, including the electrically operated curtains for extra privacy. Then there are the things you can’t actually see, such as the abundance of sound-deadening material and an active noise control system to diminish the vibration and noise generated when the engine is fired up and also during acceleration. An electronically controlled adaptive air suspension guarantees a silky smooth ride as you’d come to expect from the most luxurious Toyota ever made. Not that deep-pocketed owners will care a great deal about what powers their king-sized luxury sedan, but the new Toyota Century is offered exclusively with a hybrid powertrain consisting of a 5.0-liter V8 gasoline engine and an electric motor. The V12 engine of the previous generation is no more, but with a combined output of 425 horsepower (317 kilowatts), the new electrified setup actually has significantly more punch considering the old twelve-cylinder unit was rated at 276 hp (206 kW). The V8 combustion engine in the new Century is good for 375 hp (280 kW) at 6,200 rpm and 510 Nm (376 lb-ft) from 4,000 rpm while the electric motor is rated at 221 hp (165 kW) and 300 Nm (221 lb-ft). Toyota is now taking orders for its locally built crown jewel of the range, which given its price tag, will undoubtedly be a rare sight on the streets of Japan. Source: Toyota New Toyota Century 2018 – Interior and Exterior ► Subscribe & Hit the 🔔 for more Car videos Help us to be better Subscribe this Channel : https://goo.gl/Mwnx7H Like Our Page : https://web.facebook.com/Flash-Car-1891433087836033/ Follow G+ : https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/104550491165199875331/104550491165199875331 #mlf8581

New Toyota Century Concept 2018 - 2019 Review, Photos, Exhibition, Exterior and Interior

The Toyota Century debuted in 1967, and was released to commemorate the 100th birthday of Sakichi Toyoda, founder of the Toyota Group. For more than 50 years the Century has served as the chauffeur-driven model of choice for Japan and remains a favorite among executives across all industries.
The new 3rd generation Toyota Century sees its first full redesign in 21 years. The development theme blends the concepts of legacy and evolution. It carries on the tradition of master craftsmanship and high-quality monozukuri (all-encompassing manufacturing) while the hybrid system realizes high-demand environmental performance, and an interior and exterior design injects new charm into the Century in line with its heritage. The new Century features advanced equipment and comfort amenities suitable for a luxury car, and numerous improvements have been made to achieve serenity and cruising stability.
Specifically, the Toyota Century is now powered by a 5.0-liter V8 hybrid system for outstanding fuel efficiency. In addition, the wheelbase has lengthened, the height difference between the scuff plate and floor has decreased, and the height of the door opening has increased, all of which are refinements improving the rear seat riding experience. The intricately glamorous and chic exterior is highlighted by traditional Japanese design elements used throughout the car including the grille and black trim on the rear combination lamps. The interior features a raised ceiling design and exclusive fabric while the adjustable rear seats (with massage function), are upgraded with a power leg rest for first-class comfort and a sophisticated riding experience.

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