Toyota revealed details of their lineup of modified production cars for this year’s SEMA Show. Since their American branch, Scion, has all the good sporty stuff like the FR-S, Toyota US had to be content working on a bunch of family cars. But they did a good job with them.
The highlight of Toyota’s SEMA lineup is the Sienna:Remix built jointly by Toyota, SiriusXM and West Coast Customs. Building on the “Swagger Wagon” theme this car’s got going on, the minivan is fitted with a fully functional DJ booth. It will be joined by the 2015 Toyota Camry Cup Car that will compete in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, as well as the DUB Edition Camry, DUB Edition Yaris and DUB Edition Sienna. The amazing FT-1 Concept will also make a guest appearance at the show.
The lineup also includes a number of sick pickups, including the TRD Pro 4Runner, Tacoma and Tundra models, as well as the multi-championship-winning Tundra Trophy Truck, once piloted by the legendary Ivan “Ironman” Stewart.
“What better place than SEMA to show the automotive world what our passion for performance looks like,” said Steve Appelbaum, Toyota’s engagement marketing and motorsports national manager. “Toyota is making cars and trucks that inspire creativity amongst the enthusiasts who live and work in the SEMA industry, and we’re so excited to show what that kind of bold imagination can produce with our vehicles.”