The new Toyota Crown will debut on July 15

The latest teaser video confirms the 2019 Toyota Crown's design. The short film shows the Crown's style and asks if it's a sedan or SUV.

The video's aesthetic matches the patent images from last month. The new Crown will have an SUV-like fastback and a large footprint.

The next Crown will reportedly ride on Toyota's TNGA-K platform and measure 4,930 millimeters (194 inches) length with a 2,850-mm (112.2-in) wheelbase.

The Crown will be 1,840 mm wide and 1,540 mm tall. It's the same chassis as the new Toyota Highlander, which is 195 in. long with a 2,850-mm wheelbase, but the Highlander is 203.2 mm (8 in.) taller and 101.6 mm (4 in.) wider.

Unknown powertrains are rumored for the next Crown. The new Crown will offer hybrid and plug-in hybrid powertrains.

Pure electric variant rumored. Toyota might sell the Crown with front- or all-wheel drive instead of the usual rear-wheel drive.

Toyota should be able to sell the larger Crown in the US. If Toyota does, this may be the brand's most costly model, above the Sequoia, but it should include all the bells and whistles.

Toyota will showcase the new Crown on July 15, when we should know when it'll go on sale.

The redesigned Crown may go on sale next summer in hybrid and plug-in versions. Toyota may limit the plug-in to Japan. The electrified Crown is expected in 2024.