Toyota Tundrasine SEMA-01

Quite a stretch, this. Toyota has really gone out of its way to build this Tundrasine concept. Basically a Toyota Tundra beneath, in 1794 Edition 4×4 CrewMax 5.7L V8 guise, the eight-door limo truck will definitely be an attention-grabber at SEMA, where it’s being displayed for the American public.

Dimensions of the San Antonio-assembled limo-truck measures in at 8,105 mm long, 2,029 mm wide and 1,935 mm tall, with a 5,991 mm wheelbase. It’s by no means light either. Toyota “estimates” the Tundrasine to weigh some 3,611 kg – that’s 1,037 kg more than the Tundra in its standard form.

To match that long limousine-like body, the Tundrasine is given a Midnight Black Metal paint. Inside, expect to find it quite plush and as luxurious as a limo-for-hire. Taking inspiration from the likes of private jets, the ottoman passenger seats are wrapped in brown leather, while wood trim and chrome accents have been applied to the dash, steering and door panels.

Powering this stretch is a 5.7 litre V8 engine that produces 380 hp and 543 Nm of torque. It’s paired to a six-speed automatic transmission. Not forgetting, the truck also has a four-wheel drive system. Would you guys fancy yourselves riding in one of these?