Rolling out first from Toyota is a redesigned, hybrid version of a customer favorite, enter the 2021 Toyota Sienna family of minivans featuring all hybrid powertrains and thoughtfully designed interiors, these three new takes on the large family beloved vehicle help Toyota continue to deliver on their electrification promise of a couple of years back.
When these vehicles went into production the world looked very different than it does today, and now as we are slow rolling out of the Covid-19 global quarentines, auto manufacteurs are delivering vehicles that multi-task, solve multiple problems and create an ease that hasn’t existed at unseen pricepoints that buyers are going to love.
Here’s what’s new:
Utilizing the talents of the CALTY’s Newport Beach, CA and Ann Arbor, MI studios, Toyota sought to bring a combination of space, comfort, convenience, fuel efficiency and versatility in a minivan that looks and feels different than other vehicles out on the road today.
Scratching the boxy minivan shape that is popular now and taking a structure based on the TNGA-K Platform, the team wanted to harness the things that people love about minivans and tie it up in a fresh package that echoes the look of large SUV.
“This is an all-new vehicle from the ground up, including a new chassis platform as well as a new electrical platform,” said Chief Engineer Monte Kaehr. “The development of the fourth generation Sienna was a huge undertaking but we always worked towards one single mission—to make the best van yet.”
Arriving in dealerships this summer, you can learn more about the new line of Siennas here.