It rides on large 21-inch black wheels with wider tires and benefits from an adaptive suspension with modified shock absorbers. Toyota goes as far as to say the Crown Sport PHEV delivers a “planted ride.”
One neat feature is support for bidirectional charging as the 1,500W (AC 100V) external power supply function might come in handy in an emergency. It can also power a variety of devices an outdoorsy person might need out in the wilderness.
The Crown Sport PHEV costs 7,650,000 yen (about $52,900) and Toyota expects to move about 300 units each month.
The culmination of this technological story occurred when a person on Twitter conversed with the Chevrolet of Watsonville bot in an intricate manner, resulting in the AI agreeing to sell a 2024 Chevy Tahoe for a startling $1. Reluctant to negotiate a legal minefield over an offer like that, the dealership quickly waved goodbye to the cheeky chatbot. We made the decision to explore what offers we could obtain and give the chatbot a go without fooling it into providing answers to all of our questions in a particular way.
The conversation took an even more intriguing turn when we inquired about viable Bronco substitutes. “Some popular options include the Jeep Wrangler, Toyota 4Runner, and Land Rover Defender,” the chatbot said in a very direct and honest manner. The AI responded to our question on whether the Wrangler or the Bronco is a superior product by saying that “the choice between the two will depend on your personal preferences and needs.”
A cursory look at Fullpath’s official website reveals that dealers across many brands use the same AI technology to provide consumers with instant chat services. Boch Toyota and John Elway Chevrolet websites also have the technology, in addition to Szott Ford and Chevrolet of Watsonville. If you are successful in purchasing a brand-new car for $1 from any of those dealers, make sure to let us know in the comments section below.