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Toyota Tundrasine Concept Arrives at SEMA

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Why would anyone want to stretch a pickup truck and turn it into a limousine? How about they wanted some media attention and had no idea what else to do? That is a fairly accurate description of the pointless Toyota Tundrasine Concept, a concept pickup-limo unveiled at this year’s SEMA show.

Presumably designed for a super rich builder with a golden helmet, Toyota Tundrasine Concept is based on a Tundra 1794 Edition 4×4 CrewMax 5.7L V8 pickup. The limo measures 26 feet in length and has a wheelbase of 235.9 inches, boasting a total of eight doors. The Midnight Black paint job does obscure the length of the vehicle a bit and complements the brown leather interior, apparently inspired by private jets.

That is all there is to know about this ridiculous creation. It really is a giant waste of time and effort, not to mention space.

“SEMA members take their vehicles to extremes, and Toyota definitely goes to a new extreme with the Tundrasine. It stretches beyond what is normally expected of a stock Tundra,” said Steve Appelbaum, National Engagement Marketing Manager, Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A. “SEMA is the perfect event to debut this concept vehicle that takes the best of Tundra and turns it into the pinnacle in executive transport . . .  limo style.”

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