We can only imagine that driving a car with a row of kids screaming at the back can be a very distracting experience for the driver, and sometimes it just becomes too noisy for parents to yell at their kids to keep it down. Well it looks like Toyota has a minivan designed with parents in mind. This is the 2015 version of the Sienna minivan which has been nicknamed the Swagger Wagon.
One of its interesting features is for the driver to activate a microphone in the front, which will then help to amplify his/her voice in the back, meaning that you could basically yell over the ruckus that your kids are making. The good news is that the microphone will only work for the driver, so you don’t have to worry about your kids trying to match your levels either.
The minivan will also come with entertainment features designed to keep passengers entertained. This comes in the form of a Dual-View Blu-ray rear seat entertainment system. It will feature a 4.2-inch color multi-information display and customers will also have the option of adding a 7-inch touchscreen that will provide quick access to music channels, Driver Easy Speak, navigation, and more.
Toyota is expected to unveil their new minivan for the first time ever at Artscape in Baltimore later this month. In the meantime they have partnered with several social media personalities to post their experience with the new Sienna minivan.
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