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Shortly after Toyota announced that it will expand its hybrid lineup with the addition of new models, a leaked photo of an electrified Toyota Sienna circulated online.

The Japanese automaker previously shared that it will be introducing two hybrid vehicles next week and it looks like one of them will be the minivan.

Online publication Roadshow published a report on the photo and declared that the hybrid Sienna is one of the two models set to be introduced by the automaker.

2020 Toyota Sienna Nighthade parked outside
It’s highly likely the Toyota Sienna is one of the two new hybrid cars Toyota will introduce soon. | Source: Toyota

The photo first appeared under the “live events” section on Twitter. It was presumed to be for a scheduled livestream on May 18 where the Toyota plans to introduce its latest models. Nothing else can be seen from the picture, though, except for the Toyota hybrid emblem clearly displayed alongside angular taillights.

As for the second hybrid, there is still nothing confirmed nor leaked. Although some of the popular candidates include the C-HR, 4Runner, and Corolla hatchback.

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Toyota’s hybrid portfolio currently includes the Avalon, Corolla sedan, Camry, RAV4, Highlander, Prius hybrid, and Prius Prime plug-in hybrid. The lineup is also expecting the arrival of a RAV4 Prime.

If the Sienna turns out to be the new hybrid model for Toyota, it will likely benefit from the same hybrid system used on the RAV4.

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