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Toyota Tacoma Tacozilla brings back the SEMA lineup

With the SEMA show back, Toyota’s concept lineup focuses on off-road and overhand-themed builds this year. The automaker is bringing four new concepts to the 2021 SEMA show, with a focus on Tacoma-based camper builds.

Called the “Tacozilla,” this landing rig pays homage to 1970s and 1980s campers with retro graphics. Above the bed is a custom camper structure with a pass-through that allows access from the cab. The interior is fully insulated and features teak sauna-style floors, a full bathroom with hot shower, a kitchen with a stove and sink, and a 3D-printed table.

Instead of a camper, the only accommodation in the Tacoma Overlanding Concept is a rooftop tent. Based on the Tacoma SR5, the pickup acquires the Old Man Emu BP-51 adjustable suspension system with Old Man Emu upper control arm and Dakar rear leaf springs. The ARB Summit Combo Bar Front Bumper, Expedition One Dual Swing Rear Bumper, Ultra HD Skid Plate and Lock Slider provide added protection and give the Tacoma a tougher look.

Toyota TRD Desert Chaist Tundra 2021 SEMA Show

Toyota also has two modified versions Redesigned 2022 Tundra.. The TRD Desert Chaist Tundra was designed as a support vehicle for off-road racing. Equipped with TRD-designed long travel suspension, wide body kit, roll bar that can store two spare tires, foldable light bar, and fully equipped recovery equipment.

The second Tundra build is more realistic and shows off some of the accessories available on the redesigned truck. Includes a 3-inch lift kit, TRD skid plate, TRD cast aluminum running board, bed extender, dash cam, foldable hard tonneau cover, TRD off-road wheels and tire package.

The 2021 SEMA Show will run from November 2nd to 5th. For more information Dedicated hub.. Toyota Tacoma Tacozilla brings back the SEMA lineup

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