Typically SEMA and minivans aren’t words commonly used in the same sentence but that changes this year with the announcement of Toyota’s Ultimate NASCAR Fan Sienna Rampvan.
Typically SEMA and minivans aren't words commonly used in the same sentence but that changes this year with the announcement of Toyota's Ultimate NASCAR Fan Sienna Rampvan.
The special van was built by BraunAbility and highlights how adaptable the van is to the handicapped. The passenger seats are removable and offer tie down points for up to three wheelchairs when they are taken out of the vehicle. Helping to get the wheelchairs in and out of the van is a floor that has been lowered 11", a foldout ramp, and a "kneeling" rear suspension.
Outside the van is decked out in a red and black paint scheme complete with Toyota racing decals. The exterior also features a number of special touches including a custom grill, air dam and simulated hood pins. Other ties into NASCAR include race car mandatory roofline air deflectors and a custom cut window net. Rounding out the other changes are 19-inch wheels fitted with Yokohama performance tires, an improved braking system, a rear spoiler and a new TRD exhaust tip.
The interior also gets a special makeover and features custom Katzkin seating in black and white leather with red suede accents, while carbon fiber trim is fitted to the instrument panel, doors and steering wheel.