The new variant of Toyota Sienna is generating quite a bit of excitement and therefore it is worth having a closer look at the expected features, covering the indoors, outdoors and also the engine and under the bonnet. Though there is nothing much coming out from the manufacturer, many believe that the 2021 Toyota Sienna would have a few things to offer as far as new things are concerned. It will most probably be based on the extended version of the previous model.
The 2021 Toyota Sienna Exterior
The changes that are expected in the wheels are perhaps the most interesting and exciting. The tires according to some inside reports could be poking and jutting out slightly from the wheels. This would suggest that the tracks will be much fuller. Further, there also might be some increase in the wheelbase would mean that the Sienna would be much comfort when it comes to driving. The front sheet metal has also been forced into place when one looks at the pictures available from reliable sources. Hence, there are reasons to believe that the new release would probably have a bigger chassis.
2021 Sienna side
Toyota Sienna 2021 Interior
Let us spend some and learn more about the interior of the proposed new version of the 2021 Sienna. Compared to the exterior, there are many experts who believe that the interior has quite a few changes to expect. This is because the current generation model is almost one decade old. Hence, you can expect that it would have the best of leather finishes. Additionally, there is quite a bit of excitement as far as the soft-touch materials are concerned. The infotainment features are expected to be state of the art. Additionally, you also could have the best of connectivity options and the biggest takeaway could be the Entune 3.0 system.
The Engine And Under The Bonnet
Though the engine and other details are not very clear, the grapevine feels that it could have an engine similar to Avalon. It will most certainly have a 3.5-liter V6 engine. It would most probably be able to generate a horsepower of 301 with 267 pound-feet of torque. It also would be expected to have 8-speed automatic gearbox. The hybrid version could come with 215 horsepower capability.
Price And Launch Date
It is expected to hit the market sometime during the latter part of 2020, though the exact date is still not clear. It should be around $35,000 for the base model while the hybrid model could cost around $45,000.
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