2010 SEMA Show: Toyota Sienna Swagger Wagon Supreme looks like an awesome limo

Article by Christian A., on November 2, 2010

Have you ever thought that a minivan can be easily transformed into a limousine? Well if you didn’t, you should check out the Sienna Swagger Wagon Supreme, which was unveiled today at the 2010 SEMA Show. The car is the creation of B.A.D. Company and Toyota, and it is based on a 2011 Toyota Sienna SE V6 with interior attributes from a Sienna XLE.

According to B.A.D. Company, the car was stretched by nearly four feet (44 inches), and a new acrylic roof replacement approximately eight feet long was installed in order to create a warm and stylish environment.

A new airbag suspension system was installed in order to allow a ground clearance to range from 2.5 to 6.5 inches, as well as a new set of 20-inch chrome wheels designed by KMC and wrapped in Nitto 255/40R20 tires in the rear and 245/45R20 tires in the front.

The final addition to the exterior design are the shaved door handles on the automatic sliding doors, custom chrome exhaust tips and new custom fabricated rear spoiler. The final touch is the custom Blue Swagger Opal color applied over a pearlescent base.

As you expected, the interior represents the biggest surprise as we can find custom seats feature reversible cushions for multiple taste, two swiveling captain’s chairs and a “Spa Seat” equipped with a multi-function, programmable massage unit. The seating area offers an integrated glass-front refrigerator and DuPont Corian countertop.

Entertainment was the most important thing, and the car comes with 23-inch HP TouchSmart computer featuring multi-touch support in Windows 7, mounted on a custom bracket to allow for multiple viewing positions both inside and outside the vehicle. Also, an Xbox 360 gaming system with DVD player was added as well as a custom JBL audio system specifically designed and tuned by JBL sound engineers.

The JBL system consists of the Toyota Original Equipment head unit through a JBL MS8 signal processor, 10 JBL GTO 428 speakers (eight in the main cabin and two more in the rear hatch), two JBL GTO 804 sub-woofers, and four amplifiers with 1700 watts of power.

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