Toyota Tundrasine Combines Truck Utility with Limo Luxury

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Toyota really went outside the box for one particular project at the 2015 SEMA Show.

As its name suggests, the Toyota Tundrasine combines the Japanese automaker’s pickup with the comforts of a stretched limousine, creating what is quite possibly one of the most bizarre vehicles in Las Vegas this week. And that’s a good thing, because SEMA is all about sticking out in a crowded sea of modified vehicles and the Toyota Tundrasine does just that.

Starting with your run-of-the-mill Toyota Tundra 1794 Edition 4×4 CrewMax 5.7-liter V8 pickup, the automaker transformed it into a larger-than-life-size limousine measuring over 26 feet in length with a wheelbase of 235.9 inches. Painted Midnight Black Metallic as you would expect any limousine to be, the Tundrasine boasts eight doors for passengers to easily get in and out of the vehicle.

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Inside, there’s a custom and functional brown leather interior, inspired by the cockpits and passenger compartments of luxury private jets.

Like all other Tundras, this one was assembled and created at the company’s facility in San Antonio, Texas.

“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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  • johnls39 .

    Not a Toyota truck fan at all but that is a pretty nice conversion.

  • Shiratori1

    Only in ‘merica…………..

  • johnnymonjohnny

    Looks sharp but I would be worried about bed rot based on my experience with my 2007 Tundra Crewmax LTD.

  • Bill Strader

    Still has a 5 ft bed. Nope. I’ll stick with my 2006 Tundra

  • John Van Brussel

    Funny I had the same issue with my 2007 Tundra Crewmax Ltd. Definitely a manufacturing defect in my opinion. But Toyota just gave me the golden handshake. So my first and last Toyota product.