The third-generation Sienna hung around for a whopping 10 model years. Finally, in 2021, Toyota released the all-new fourth-generation Sienna with a brand-new look, an upgraded powertrain, and the latest technology. With it entering only its second model year, we expect the 2022 Toyota Sienna to be a carryover model.
Despite playing in a relatively boring class, the Sienna has some unique styling cues. This sharp two-box van features a unique fascia, deep scallops running down the doors and over the rear wheel arches, a shapely backside, and bold taillights. We expect this striking new look to remain in place when the 2022 Sienna hits showrooms.
Inside, the new-generation Sienna gains a sharp cabin with a clean dash, large dash-top touchscreen, floating center console with stubby gear shifter and storage underneath, available two-tone color schemes, loads of storage cubies, and more. We expect this new design to remain the same in the 2022 Sienna.
Tech isn’t lacking in the new Sienna either, as the current model comes standard with a 9-inch touchscreen, satellite radio, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, Amazon Alexa, and more. Optionally, buyers can add four-zone climate control, a 1,500-watt AC power system, rear-seat entertainment with an 11.6-inch display, and more. We anticipate this will all remain the same when the 2022 Sienna hits showrooms.
Powering the all-new Toyota Sienna is a hybrid powertrain that combines a 189-horsepower 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine with a 180-hp electric motor for 245 net hp. This power heads to all front wheels as standard, but there is optional all-wheel drive. We expect this to remain the same in the 2022 Sienna.
The IIHS hasn’t tested the new Sienna for safety yet. However, it’s well-equipped to keep all passengers safe with its standard automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, adaptive cruise control, active lane control, and automatic high beams. These features are likely to remain the same in the 2022 Sienna.