Toyota has unveiled the Century SUV, which is often referred to as the Japanese equivalent of the Rolls-Royce Cullinan. The company plans to produce only 30 of these vehicles each month, with prices starting at 25,000,000 yen (approximately 158,650 euros).
The Toyota Century SUV measures 5.205 meters in length, 1.99 meters in width, 1.805 meters in height, has a wheelbase of 2.95 meters, and weighs 2,570 kilograms. It features electronically extendable side steps, and the rear doors open at a 75-degree angle to facilitate passenger entry and exit. Additionally, there are electronically sliding rear doors available as optional equipment.
This vehicle is based on the TNGA platform, which has been upgraded to offer improved torsional rigidity and enhanced driving comfort. The rear seats are fully reclining, and the Rear Comfort function distributes the power of the engine and brakes in a way that minimizes discomfort for rear passengers.
The Toyota Century SUV is powered by a plug-in hybrid V6 3.5-liter gasoline engine combined with an electric motor located on the rear axle, producing a total output of 412 horsepower.
During the presentation of the vehicle, Toyota announced that it will be offered in both cabriolet and GRMN (Gazoo Racing Masters of the Nürburgring) versions in the future, with the latter focusing on performance.