2021 Toyota Sienna Hybrid/2021 Toyota Venza Crossover. Credit: Toyota
Two new hybrid vehicles will soon join the Toyota lineup. This week, Toyota made a huge video announcement of the all-new 2021 Venza SUV and Sienna minivan that arrive this summer.
All-New Venza Hybrid
Coming back is the Venza, a midsized SUV that fills a much- needed vacancy between the RAV4 and the Highlander. Not only will all Venzas have a hybrid powertrain, but all of them will be all-wheel drive.
A centerpiece of the upper line Venza will be a stunning 12.3Ē multimedia touchscreen that can be operated by the driver or the passenger. Venza will also come standard with a host of safety features. Also, in a first for Toyota, the 2021 Venza offers an available Star GazeTM fixed panoramic glass roof.
The Venza arrives this summer. For more details along with photos, click here
All-New Sienna Hybrid
Van lovers, itís been a long time arriving, but the new fourth-generation Sienna is finely coming and like the Venza, it will be a hybrid and will have available all-wheel drive. Our friends at Honda should be a little worried about their Odyssey sales especially considering Toyota expects the combined fuel economy to be around 33-miles per gallon combined.If you want to watch the reveal video of both vehicles check out the video of the livestream below:
There will be a host of entertainment packages available, and in some trims, you can get a built-in vacuum cleaner and a nifty refrigerator. The new Sienna also has a large touchscreen and power side sliding doors that you can open by putting your foot under the door. It also comes with a rear seat reminder so as not to leave precious cargo inside.
Styling appears to be more of an SUV look than a van. Although a hybrid, the new Sienna is rated to tow 3,500 pounds.
To see the new Sienna and get all the information on it, click here