Toyota Siennas exterior video uploaded to YouTube by car owners in Mexico and the United States has captured the imaginations of many viewers, but few have actually experienced the interior.
A new Toyota Siena video posted Wednesday by a car owner in Mexico says the interior of the small sedan is “perfectly crafted” for those who are looking for something more spacious.
The video was shot by an unknown user, who is now being investigated for possible copyright infringement.
The video shows a car sitting in a driveway and a person driving it in an area of the road that appears to be a garage.
A person can be seen in the foreground of the video driving a vehicle in front of the car, a small Toyota Sina sedan with a black roofline.
The Toyota Siira is equipped with the Toyota XSI (Extended System Impedance Sensor) which allows the car to adjust its torque.
The car can be driven at various speeds and under different driving conditions.
According to the video, the car is equipped to handle a 0-60 mph time of 6.4 seconds and a top speed of 125 mph.
The Toyota Siina sedan’s tires have a claimed average speed of 155 mph.
Toyota’s latest vehicle to feature a fully integrated sensor package is the Toyota Siaya.
The company has been testing the sensor in its existing Sienna SUV.
In the video the car has a “clean, neutral” color and has a flat-bottom design.
There is no interior.