The Toyota Crown returns to the US lineup after its departure in the early 1970s.

The dashboard is a 12.3-inch touchscreen media system, in every Crown.

Toyota also opted for an electronically controlled brake system that features Active Cornering Assist, intended to help reduce understeer.

Toyota Crown will offer digital keys, which connect through the Toyota app, on Platinum and cars equipped with the advanced tech package.

Woven fabric covers the seats in base-model cars, but Limited cars see Softex seat coverings.

Toyota also tacked on its advanced parking system on Platinum models.

The Crown also comes with adaptive cruise control, lane departure alert with steering assist, and automatic high beams.

The new Crown uses two different hybrid systems and introduces the Toyota Hybrid Max powertrain.

Toyota hasn’t mentioned pricing yet, but you can expect the Crown to start north of $40,000.