Toyota, as one of the leading brands in the united States, you don’t want to miss the SEMA Show, one of the events of tuning and aftermarket world’s most important. This year the brand will come with several prototypes, but the largest will be the so-called Toyota Tundrasine concept. As you can deduce from its name and the images, it is a pick-up Toyota Tundra converted into a limousine.
This prototype takes as its starting point a Toyota Tundra 1794 Edition CrewMax (crew cab) with petrol engine V8 5.7-liter 386-HP, the variant more refined model and, therefore, more appropriate to create a limousine, where luxury has to be present at all times. If you are already a Toyota Tundra has a considerable size, the Tundrasine grows 2,29 meters distance between axes, making a total of 8,1 meters long. The rest of the dimensions are retained with respect to the source model, although the weight is 3.618 kg, which implies an extra of more than a ton.
In the interior of the Toyota Tundrasine account with the same elements that the rest of the 1794 Edition. In addition to all the equipment, the upholstery and some parts of the door panels and the dashboard are of a nice and warm brown leather with white contrast stitching. The interior is for nine passengers, distributed in such a way 2+2+2+3. In the last row of seats is where you will find the bench seat of three-seater, identical to that of any Tundra series. The two in-between rows of seats are equipped with two seats, individual business class, sliding on rails and reclining for greater comfort.
Sources – Toyota