(Motor Authority) — Toyota is set to reveal a redesigned version of its Crown sedan on July 15, and the automaker has unveiled the to start with teaser shot.

The teaser shot reveals a style and design related to what we noticed in patent drawings depicting a large-driving Toyota sedan (or potentially hatchback), which surfaced in June.

On a microsite for the redesigned Crown, Toyota poses the questions, “Sedan?” and “SUV?” and then finishes with the assertion, “Discover your Crown.” This indicates there will be more than one particular body model to decide on from.

Additional perplexing the issue, Reuters reported in April that Toyota will unveil a redesigned Crown this summer season, followed by a Crown SUV a year later on. The SUV will reportedly include hybrid and plug-in hybrid versions that will be exported to the U.S. and China starting in mid-2023. An electric edition of the Crown SUV is also reportedly planned, but it could not be marketed in the U.S.

Toyota introduced the Crown nameplate in 1955, on its to start with passenger auto produced and crafted totally in Japan. The nameplate is now into its 15th technology and capabilities on a big sedan carefully associated to the Toyota Mirai and Lexus LS. The Crown is at this time not offered in the U.S., but in other places it serves as Toyota’s mainstream flagship (the automaker also has the unique Century sedan that sells for Bentley money).

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