Toyota Tundra Limousine, Track-Ready Sienna Arrive at SEMA

Toyota Tundrasine Front Three Quarters

Toyota has a whole slew of vehicles to show at this year’s SEMA show, including a Tundra limousine, a Sienna minivan that’s meant for the track, and TRD-upgraded versions of many of its models.

Toyota “Tundrasine” Concept

This extreme pickup truck was once a normal Toyota Tundra 1794 Edition crew cab, but was stretched to great length to create a massive eight-door limousine. The wheelbase stretches 235.9 inches, and the whole truck is more than 26 feet long. The interior was modeled after private jets and is trimmed in brown leather for an ultra-luxurious atmosphere.

Toyota Tundrasine Rear Seat

Of course, the extra yardage results in plenty of extra pounds, as the Tundrasine tips the scales at a whopping 7,978 pounds. There’s no word on any changes to the 5.7-liter V-8 engine to deal with this extra mass, though rest assured that this ridiculous creation won’t ever see production.

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Toyota Sienna R-Tuned Concept

Toyota says that this modified Sienna beats a V-8-powered Chevrolet Camaro SS around the Willow Springs racetrack in California. How’d they pull that off? The minivan boasts a whole host of changes to the chassis including performance wheels and tires, upgraded brakes, adjustable shocks with racing springs, and a limited-slip differential. The 3.5-liter V-6 and six-speed automatic were supposedly unchanged, though the exterior does wear a sporty black and yellow paint scheme to set it apart.

SEMA Edition TRD Avalon, Camry, Corolla, Highlander, Land Cruiser

The TRD division cooked up some special-edition cars specially for the SEMA show, taking to five Toyota vehicles including the Avalon, the Corolla, the Camry, the Highlander, and the Land Cruiser. All five use the same Silver Pearl paint outside and gain a more aerodynamic body kit. The Avalon, Camry, Corolla, and Highlander also receive chassis upgrades like a lowered suspension and performance wheels and tires, while the TRD Land Cruiser is off-road-oriented with a higher ride height, a skid plate, and off-road shocks. Each of these modified Toyota vehicles is on display at the 2015 SEMA show this week in Las Vegas.

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