Toyota has taken the wraps off the brand new Sienna R-Tuned concept.

Toyota has taken the wraps off the brand new Sienna R-Tuned concept.

Currently on display at SEMA, the one-off model was designed to change people’s perception of just how much fun you can have driving a minivan. In order to achieve this, the automaker teamed up with DG-Spec to create a high-performance Sienna that can outpace a Chevrolet Camaro SS at the Willow Springs Raceway.

Starting with a standard Sienna SE, the companies installed a carbon fiber hood and 18-inch Enkei Bright Silver RPF1 wheels with Nitto NT-01 tires.  The model also has modified bumpers, a revised grille and extended side skirts.

The stripped out interior won't please soccer moms but it features a Racepak IQ3 digital dash and Corbeau Pro Series race seats with six-point harnesses.  The concept also has a roll cage and a TRD shifter.

Power is provided by a 3.5-liter V6 engine that has been equipped with a cold air intake and a cat-back exhaust system.  It is connected to a six-speed automatic transmission which sends power to the ground through a limited slip differential.

Toyota declined to release performance specifications but the model also has an adjustable coilover suspension, adjustable shocks and Vogtland racing springs.  Other highlights include adjustable upper-camber plates, a custom rear ride-height adjust system, Carbotech racing brakes and a lightweight Odyssey battery.

Gallery: Toyota Sienna R-Tuned Concept unveiled at SEMA