Toyota has unveiled the new 2025 Toyota Crown Signia, adding a fresh two-row midsize crossover to the Japanese automaker’s U.S. lineup. The new Crown Signia will replace the Toyota Venza in the U.S., with the 2024 Venza offered as the final model year. The new 2025 Toyota Crown Signia will arguably rival the Chevy Blazer, although the Blazer offers a sportier character compared to the more elegant and luxurious Crown Signia.
Outside, the 2025 Toyota Crown Signia presents a monochromatic grille and Toyota’s signature Hammerhead front-end design. The crossover is also available with 21-inch wheels, and is offered in five exterior paint options.
The cabin space places an emphasis on luxury with soft-touch materials, available leather trimmed seats, and a panoramic glass roof. A 12.3-inch Toyota Audio Multimedia touchscreen is standard, as is the Toyota Safety Sense 3.0 suite of safety tech features, with highlights like Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection, Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist, Automatic High Beams, and Proactive Driving Assist. There’s also Traffic Jam Assist available via the Limited Tech Package. Wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are included as well.
Trim levels include XLE and Limited, while interior color options include either Saddle Tan or Black. Eight-way power seats for both the driver and passenger are standard. Fold the rear bench flat, and you’ll have access to a 6.5-foot-long cargo space.
Under the hood, the 2025 Toyota Crown Signia is available exclusively with a hybrid powertrain that combines a 2.5L four-cylinder internal combustion engine with two electric motors. Peak output is set at 243 horsepower, with expected fuel returns of 36 mpg combined. All-wheel drive is equipped as standard. Under the skin is the same Toyota New Global Architecture K (TNGA-K) platform that underpins the Crown sedan.
The 2025 Toyota Crown Signia will arrive in dealers next summer.