TechnologyAutoworld news: Toyota to build SUV with Rolls-Royce luxury

Autoworld news: Toyota to build SUV with Rolls-Royce luxury

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Japanese media reports that Toyota is developing a new premium SUV that could be as luxurious as the Rolls-Royce Cullinan. According to Chubu Keizai Shimbun, the upcoming novelty, which is scheduled to be launched next year, may become part of the Century family. However, the technical specifications are not known yet.

The upcoming SUV will become the most expensive model in the Toyota lineup. However, unlike the British brand, the Japanese plan to assemble up to a thousand cars annually.

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The company does not reveal the technical characteristics of the upcoming novelty. In addition, the brand management does not comment on the process of creating an SUV.

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It is worth noting that the sedan of the current century is one of the most expensive cars in Japan. The cost of the model starts at 12,220,000 yen (about five million rubles at the current exchange rate).

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In mid-September, Toyota patented an unknown compact crossover. It is expected that the novelty of the hybrid power plant can become the successor of the CH-R.

Source: rambler

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