Toyota Siensi has officially been introduced in the United States.
The Japanese automaker unveiled the all-electric hatchback, a version of the Sienna that can be used on the highway, in California this week.
The model was created by Toyota’s sister company, Honda, in partnership with a California engineering firm called CarPlay.
The car will be sold in the U.S. for $35,000, according to a press release from Toyota.
It’s designed to appeal to the “hybrid car buyer,” with a six-speed manual transmission and all-wheel drive.
The Toyota Siena is Toyota’s latest vehicle to come to market in the US, following the launch of the Toyota Siina S sedan in December 2016.
The Toyota Siine is a new entry into the sedan segment for the company, which has struggled to compete with automakers such as BMW and Audi.
The Sienna is a hybrid of Toyota’s signature SUV, the Siine, and its popular sport utility vehicle, the RAV4.
The Siina is also one of Toyota