The 2021 Toyota Sienna has been formally uncovered as the fourth generation of the Kia Carnival equaling minivan. The forthcoming MPV is generally all-American, having been designed, engineered and made in the USA.

The fourth-gen Toyota Sienna has a lot of bolder design and some more muscle, as well. Thanks to the aggressively designed sleek headlamps, the massive lower air grille and an edgier front guard, it has significantly all the more engaging face contrasted with the old model. Toyota says that the front design was inspired by Shinkansen Japanese Bullet Train, and we do see that resemblance.

The design is remarkably more expressive even on the sides, with more sculpted door panels and the rear cabin’s a speedy column that is powerfully calculated forward.

At the rear, there are new taillights that stream down using slender bands of LED lighting, helping us to remember different Toyotas like the Sienta and the Prius. The newly designed rear end’s new sculpting and the ‘SIENNA’ marking in block lettering instill more certainty and sophistication in the general design.

There is a choice to have a considerably sportier exterior with a honeycomb lower grille, more aggressive bumpers, underbody spoilers, dim composite wheels, and so forth Of the three grades, in particular Limited (white unit), Platinum (dark unit) and XSE (red unit), customers need to select the XSE grade for this sportier exterior.

The interior of 2021 Toyota Sienna looks more upmarket, thanks to the cleaner, more rich design. The visibly smaller steering wheel, skimming touchscreen infotainment system, sleeker dashboard, less buttons and the scaffold type high console all together lead to a minimalist impression.

20-inch wheels, Super Long Slide second-row commander seats that can slide 25 inches, power tilt and telescoping steering section, 360-degree camera, 10-inch shading HUD, 9-inch touchscreen infotainment system and 1,200-watt, 12-speaker JBL Premium Audio sound system are some of the critical features of the 2021 Toyota Sienna. To see more features, look at the evaluation wise component lists in the picture display.

The Mk4 Toyota Sienna sits on the TNGA-K platform, which underpins even the Mk8 Toyota Camry we have in India. It employs the Toyota Hybrid System II full-hybrid powertrain as standard. A 2.5-liter four-chamber petrol engine with 41% warm proficiency and two electric motors cooperate in the all-new minivan. The greatest system power is 243 HP. Needless to say, an eCVT is standard. An electric AWD system with an autonomous electric engine to control the rear wheels is discretionary. Toyota is yet to disclose the mileage ratings of the 2021 Sienna.

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