Toyota has taken the long way to SEMA. The automaker first announced its Ultimate Utility Vehicle back in June, and since then Toyota has put nine of its vehicles on a rigorous route. This driving project took 110 days to complete and traversed five continents. One of those vehicles is the coolest Sienna minivan ever made.
It's been reworked so it sits on a Tacoma chassis. Underneath, the modded Sienna rides on 22-inch wheels fitted with off-road tires. The engine has been given a bit more juice thanks to a TRD supercharger, and the after completing its mega journey it's now SEMA bound.
Also heading to SEMA will be a wide range of vehicles related to Toyota's motorsports history. These include a NASCAR Camry, a Rally America-running RAV4, and a number of other machines prepped to get down and dirty. Additionally, some of Toyota's history is also making an appearance, as the automaker has brought a long a 1970 Crown, 1973 Corolla TE28, 1985 Corolla GT-S Hachiroku, and both a 1988 and 1995 Supra.
This year's SEMA runs from November 3-6 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. For more of our coverage on the event, head to our dedicated hub..