The Odd 2020 goes on! This Year the SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association) is also so odd. Because of the worldwide pandemic and social limitations, this year the show went electronic so that it’s called SEMA360 - a fully-digital show. Toyota as usual didn’t want to show weakness so they are in the show with four vehicles. Of course, this event is not about new car, but about new equipment’s. By the way Toyota has teased a few concepts of Supra sports cars and overlandings.
One of the new prototypes is a trailer which can attach with a Toyota Tacoma TRD Off-Road. This cargo can be any thing that you like. This trailer can have a Yamaha generator, a refrigerator-freezer, a sink, a cooking corner, and more is not done yet.
From your bikes to camping and hiking facilities can get in the cargo. As it is making by the mother company, so there is no need to be terrified because Toyota cares enough for safety and also Japanese have high quality standards. The Group Vice President – Toyota Division Marketing, Ed Laukes also said:
For 2020, we’re celebrating pure performance, both on and off road. Supra and Tacoma are legendary brands with legendary performance, so it made sense to use them to set the stage this year
Also, another off-road-equipment for Tacoma which you don’t get it by the company, is designed by Ryan O'Connell and ShmellFab. This "Overland-Ready Tacoma" will have It gets new coilovers, fresh shocks, a locking differential, front to rear aluminum and steel skid plates, BFGoodrich Mud-Terrain tires (255/85R16), and yes, more power. Moreover, by this new addition a Magnuson supercharger is added to Tacamo TRD to boost the 3.5-liter V6 power to 370 horsepower (276 kilowatts). Without the supercharger this truck had 278 horsepower (207 kilowatts) output. Also, the torque is much higher. It’s about 330 pound-feet (447 newton-meters).
Also, the custom truck can be a base camp too. The designers considered a PowerTank PT10 air compressor, a four-gallon fuel storage container, a two-gallon water storage container, a Hi-Lift jack, and a Yakima SkyRise cargo bed tent.
Compact and easy to use and these years its becoming so necessary to have a camper. Ed Laukes added:
"The word Overlanding may be a new word to some, but it's become increasingly popular this year as more and more people are exploring roads off the beaten path with friends and family,"
This huge Truck can also handle much more. Company didn’t announce any limitation of production. You can have your own with your own desires too as you can find the aftermarkets facilities so easily. Having such a 4WD is pure leisure.