The Toyota Sienta is a cuddly looking thing, an MPV with oddball JDM styling and a cute face. Perhaps too soft toy-like for those who like their family wagons sporty. As can be seen on our roads, the realities of family life which necessitates an MPV have failed to douse the boyracer fire in some.

If that’s you, the Toyota Sienta Ezzy that’s being displayed at the 2017 Gaikindo Indonesia International Auto Show (GIIAS) was created to speak to you.

The Sienta’s downturned “mouth” folds back in at the bottom to make a sharp hexagonal shape. Within it, there’s a honeycomb design grille V-shape element cradling the Toyota logo and visually connecting the headlamps. A prominent chin framed by the Sienta’s signature face borders complete the bold face.

The matching elements at the rear have been given more contour, and the three row MPV gains something of a rear bumper with a diffuser section. The original design didn’t have much of a bumper below the full height tailgate. A rear spoiler, two-tone paint job and 17-inch blade-style wheels (stock car maxes out at 16 inches) transforms the Sienta into a sporty MPV.

Inside, the aqua blue exterior colour is repeated on the dashboard trim and steering wheel inserts. The seats get tan leather covers, which can also be found on the front door armrests.

This Sienta Ezzy is a local effort by PT Toyota-Astra Motor, marked by “TAM Design” badges on the front splitter and rear lip. Much like the Avanza Veloz Tigre from GIIAS 2016 and mad Yaris Legian convertible from GIIAS 2015, this customised Sienta probably won’t make it to showrooms. A cool way for TAM designers to let off steam, though.