As part of its Toyota Crown Sport crossover, Toyota introduced a plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV).

Added power, a sportier chassis setup and a zero-emissions range to the existing self-charging hybrid

variant, this model complements the original hybrid model. An electric motor and-

 Lithium-Ion Batteries Power The PHEV's Hybrid Powertrain. Compared to its self-charging

Hybrid Counterpart, The PHEV Delivers 302 Hp Combined, Significantly More Than 231 Hp.

 With its large underfloor battery, the PHEV can travel up to 56 miles without recharging.

The electric car's range exceeds 746 miles on a full gasoline tank and a fully charged battery.

A rapid charger can reach 80% in just 38 minutes, while a standard outlet takes 5.5 hours to charge fully.

With 20-inch ventilated disc brakes and six-piston calipers, the Adaptive Variable Suspension system

Provides Sufficient Stopping Power. A/C and audio systems are available while charging in the-

PHEV Version Using "My Room Mode". Power devices or your entire household with the 1,500-watt external power supply.

For the flagship RS model of the Crown Sport PHEV, the manufacturer charges $8,650,000 in Japan.

With a lower trim, the PHEV version of the Crown Sport costs $5,900,000.