Toyota has introduced the Sienta minivan in Japan that is already available for order
Toyota has introduced the Sienta minivan in Japan that is already available for order.
The Japanese company explains that typical minivans are “useful but boring” and “good for school runs, but not much else” and that’s the reason why their new model has a kind of sporty design. The second generation of the vehicle has been “redesigned from the ground up” and is inspired by the trekking shoes.
The Sienta comes with three-row seating and a 3.3-meter sliding door, as well as a driver-oriented cockpit with a touchscreen display on the center console and round controls of the climate system.
The minivan will be offered in two different versions – one standard and one hybrid. The first one is powered by a 1.5-liter petrol engine with 109 PS (80 kW (FWD) and 103 PS (76 kW) (AWD), while the hybrid one has a 74 PS (54 kW) petrol unit supported by an electric motor for a total output of 100 PS (73 kW).