Some bold claims have been made about the new Toyota Crown’s interior, with the Japanese automaker saying it has a “first-class cabin”. The company says that the TNGA-K platform and strategically placed insulation lowers noise levels inside, as does the acoustic glass and a sound absorbing pad between the engine bay and cabin. That’s especially important in a four-cylinder car.The interior design isn’t quite as forward-thinking as the exterior, but it has an upscale look. All models come with the new Audio Multimedia system with a 12.3-inch touchscreen interface, a 12.3-inch multi-information driver’s display, and smart features like over-the-air updates, a cloud-based navigation system, and voice recognition. All models have wireless device charging, and the Platinum enjoys a top-view camera system.In any large sedan, seat comfort is a priority. The Toyota Crown’s seats are heated in front on all models, with the base model settling for a combination of cloth and SofTex upholstery. The Limited and Platinum add front-seat ventilation, rear-seat heating, and leather upholstery.The Toyota Crown’s trunk space should be substantial considering the car’s size, but the specific specs haven’t been shared yet.