While much of the commotion was centered around The Big Three at the 2015 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, nearly every automaker was represented in some fashion, or displaying the latest concept engineers dreamt up.
That includes Toyota, which brought the 2016 Sienna R-Tuned to its display. Toyota partnered with DG-Spec to create the Sienna R-Tuned. The concept features upgraded brakes, tires, suspension and a limited-slip differential. What’s interesting is Toyota claims the 3.5-liter V6, cranking out a mere 266 hp, is bone stock.
Yet, the “swagger wagon” has managed to outdo a 2015 Chevrolet Camaro SS at The Streets of Willow Springs. Toyota says the concept lapped the track in 1 minute 27 seconds – a full second faster than the 426 ponies found in the 2015 Camaro.
As many like to say, sometimes it’s not all about going in a straight line.