Toyota Crown through the years, from the 1st Generation sedan introduced as Toyopet Crown, to the 15th, and latest Generation.
The Crown is a line of executive sedans used by government as a police car as well as for transporting government officials.
The iconic car holds the distinction of being the longest-running passenger-car nameplate affixed to any Toyota model.
Crown has been offered in Sedan, 4-door hardtop, 2-door hardtop coupé, 3/5-door wagon and 2-door coupé utility bodystyles.
Now in its 15th generation, the Toyota Crown sedan holds the distinction of being the longest-running passenger-car nameplate affixed to any Toyota model.
Through the years, the iconic car has been offered in Sedan (1955–present), 4-door hardtop (1974–1999), 2-door hardtop coupé (1967–1983), 3/5-door wagon (1955–2007) and 2-door coupé utility (pickup, 1962–1971) bodystyles.
Let’s take a little trip down the memory lane to see how the Toyota Crown sedan has changed throughout its 67 years of existence.
Toyopet Crown – First generation (RS/S10/S20/S30; 1955)
1955 Toyopet Crown (1st generation).
Toyopet Crown – Second generation (S40; 1962)
1962 Toyopet Crown (2nd generation).
Toyopet Crown – Third generation (S50; 1967)
1967 Toyopet Crown (3rd generation).
Fourth generation (S60/S70; 1971)
1971 Crown (4th generation).
Fifth generation (S80/S90/S100; 1974)
1974 Crown (5th generation).
Sixth generation (S110; 1979)
1979 Crown (6th generation).
Seventh generation (S120; 1983)
1983 Crown (7th generation).
Eighth generation (S130; 1987)
1987 Crown (8th generation).
Ninth generation (S140; 1991)
1991 Crown (9th generation).
Tenth generation (S150; 1995)
1995 Crown (10th generation).
Eleventh generation (S170; 1999)
1999 Crown (11th generation).
Twelfth generation (S180; 2003)
2003 Crown (12th generation).
Thirteenth generation (S200; 2008)
2008 Crown (13th generation).
Fourteenth generation (S210; 2012)
2012 Crown (14th generation).
Fifteenth generation (S220; 2018)
2018 Crown (15th generation)