The Toyota We’re Not Sorry We Missed

As Toyota prepares to launch an expansion of the Prius lineup at next week’s North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit (in addition to a plug-in, they’ll be showing a concept and what will probably be something that takes that hatch shape and then runs the roof line somewhat longer so that it resembles a. . .wagon, but we’re just guessing), the folks at the company brought to our attention to a concept shown at the 2010 SEMA Show that we didn’t have the opportunity to see in real life.

As Toyota prepares to launch an expansion of the Prius lineup at next week’s North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit (in addition to a plug-in, they’ll be showi P ng a concept and what will probably be something that takes that hatch shape and then runs the roof line somewhat longer so that it resembles a. . .wagon, but we’re just guessing), the folks at the company brought to our attention to a concept shown at the 2010 SEMA Show that we didn’t have the opportunity to see in real life. And we’re not entirely sorry, given the photographic evidence.

This is the Sienna Swagger Wagon:

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What’s next? Cheesy tuxedos?