Toyota introduced the updated minivan SiennaMay 19, 2020
Toyota showed off an updated version of the Sienna minivan.
Novelty received a hybrid powertrain, four-wheel drive system and 20-inch wheels. It is built on the TNGA-K platform, which underlies models such as Camry, Highlander, Avalon, RAV4 and, of course, the new Venza.
The new car has acquired a dimensional grille, headlights of the original form and aggressive parts of the rear wing, reminiscent of Highlander. The novelty is offered in five trim levels – LE, XLE, XSE, Platinum and Limited. In the XSE version, which is the sportiest, the car has black accents, a black mesh radiator grille and for the first time in its history 20-inch wheels.
The updated Sienna is equipped with a hybrid power unit consisting of a 2.5-liter engine and two electric motors. The total capacity of the installation is 243 hp. In particular, the minivan received 4 driving modes: EV, Normal, Eco and Sport.
By default, the new product has a 9.0-inch screen multimedia system with support for Android Auto, Apple CarPlay and Amazon Alexa, as well as a 7.0-inch digital dashboard with a hybrid system indicator, informing about battery regeneration and environmental friendliness of driving. In addition, there are 7 USB ports in the cabin.
The LE package is offered with Toyota Audio Plus with 6 speakers, and the XLE version with a similar audio system, but with 8 speakers. The Limited and Platinum versions feature Toyota Premium Audio System speakers with 12 speakers and a dynamic navigation system.
All modifications of the new Sienna are equipped with the Toyota Safety Sense 2.0 safety system, which includes emergency automatic braking, traffic sign recognition, adaptive cruise control and much more. The model in the basic configuration LE has conventional seats with the ability to adjust in 8 directions. At the same time, the XLE version is offered with two-color faux leather seats.
Sales of the updated Toyota Sienna minivan should begin this year, while until the Japanese company began to report the cost of new items.
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