Toyota N Platform
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Toyota N Platform

The Toyota N platform is an automobile platform for executive cars (E-class models) from Toyota. It is often called "Mark II platform" and "Crown platform", after its main uses, and, less frequently, "Lexus GS platform". It is used on a variety of sizes of rear- and all-wheel drive automobiles, ranging from compact to full-sized executive.

The platform emerged from Mark II (X platform). It debuted in October 1991 with Crown Majesta and Aristo S140, which, in contrast with contemporary S140 Crown, featured monocoque construction instead of Crown's ladder frame. In October 1992 4WD models were added to lineup.

In 2003 (with release of Crown GRS180) inline-six engines (1G-FE and 1JZ/2JZ) were discontinued in favour of V6 GR series engines.

In 2018, the N platform was replaced by TNGA-L platform.

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References

  1. ^ "TOYOTA?X" [TOYOTA Launches Mark X Special Edition] (Press release). Japan: Toyota. 2019-04-24. Retrieved .
  2. ^ Tudose, Sergiu (2019-04-24). "Toyota Mark X Final Edition Is The End Of The Road For Iconic JDM Sports Sedan". Carscoops. US. Retrieved .
  3. ^ Vanderhorst, Cam (2019-04-25). "Toyota Bids Farewell To A Sedan It's Been Selling Since 1968". Motor1. US. Retrieved .

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