That’s what The Sleuth is hearing will happen when the automaker’s fourth-generation minivan arrives for the 2022 model year. Word has it the new name will be — drum roll, please — Carnival. The new body appears to be longer and wider than the current design with additional length between the front and rear wheels. Interior accommodations are said to include optional second-row chairs that can swivel to face the third-row bench seat. The Sedona’s 3.3-liter V-6 with 276 horsepower and 248 pound-feet of torque will be replaced by a 3.5 rated at 290/262. The Carnival will be front-wheel-drive and have an eight-speed automatic transmission.

The redesigned Sedona — or its replacement — will be bigger and more powerful, and The Sleuth hears it will get a new name: Carnival.

A Sedona refresh could also mean a fresh new name: