Toyota has revealed the all-new fourth-gen Sienna. The MPV now looks more modern and upmarket compared to the earlier model
The 2021 Toyota Sienna (fourth-generation) has been unveiled. Once launched, the all-new MPV will lock horns with models like the Kia Carnival. The upcoming Toyota MPV has been designed, engineered and will be produced in the US. The new-gen Toyota Sienna will be much bolder and muscular in terms of design.
The 2021 model gets sleeker headlamps, an extensive lower air grille and a sportier bumper up front. The front fascia of the MPV now looks more appealing compared to the previous-gen model. Toyota says that the front profile of the car is inspired by the Shinkansen Japanese Bullet Train. The side profile of the MPV now looks more expressive as it gets better sculpted door panels and a C-pillar that is dynamically positioned forward. At the back, the all-new MPV features LED taillamps that remind us of other Toyota cars like Sienta and Prius.
Toyota will offer the fourth-gen Sienna in three different trim levels
Moreover, the newly designed boot lid and the ‘SIENNA’ branding in block letters makes the overall styling of the car more sophisticated. The carmaker is also offering some optional fitments to make the car look sporty. This kit includes honeycomb mesh lower grille, blacked-out alloy wheels, more aggressive bumpers, underbody spoilers and much more.
Inside the all-new MPV will come loaded with a host of new features
Toyota is offering the new-gen Sienna in three different trim levels, namely- Limited, Platinum and XSE, with the XSE variant being the sportiest option. Inside, the cabin of the all-new Toyota Sienna looks more premium and upmarket. The MPV comes loaded with features like 10-inch colour HUD, power tilt and telescopic steering column, 360-degree camera, 9-inch touchscreen infotainment system, 12-speaker JBL Premium Audio sound system, automatic climate control and much more.
The price of of the new-gen Toyota Sienna is still undercover
The all-new Toyota Sienna is based on the company’s TNGA-K platform. This platform also underpins the Mk8 Toyota Camry. Mechanically, the new-gen Toyota Sienna derives power from a 2.5-litre four-pot petrol engine with two electric motors. The maximum power output from this system is 243 HP. The motor comes mated to an eCVT, while an electric AWD system with an independent electric motor to power the rear wheels is optional.