NEXT STAGE: Redesign in 2020
Toyota has redesigned the 2021 Sienna onto its Toyota New Global Architecture-K platform, giving the long-in-the-tooth minivan a much-needed dose of technology and a 57 percent increase in combined fuel economy, thanks to a new standard hybrid powertrain. The newest Sienna receives much-needed styling and interior updates, as well as extra safety equipment and capabilities made possible by its first new platform in a decade.
From a styling perspective, the Sienna no longer looks like an outlier among other Toyota models, with the redesigned minivan now sharing similar fascia treatments with other TNGA-based vehicles. The minivan is due in dealer showrooms late this year.
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