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.

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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.

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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..


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