Toyota fans need to see the twin-turbo V6 Tacoma X-Runner at the SEMA Show

Toyota fans need to see the twin-turbo V6 Tacoma X-Runner at the SEMA Show

Today is Halloween, October 31 – All Saints’ Eve. But for the North American auto industry, it has a different meaning: We’re kicking off SEMA 2023 at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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The first concepts have already been released – the world’s first twin-engined Nissan 350Z, the Jaguar E-Type coupe replaced by the Toyota 2JZ, the Hyundai Kona Jade concept – a new breed of urban adventurer, and many more. And we’re just scratching the surface — for example, Ringborthers will offer three crazy designs: a 640-horsepower 1961 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud II, and a BASF-powered 1969 Dodge Charger with a Hellephant engine called “Tusk.” Plus an “unrecorded” 1965 Ford Mustang convertible.

However, Toyota fans may only have eyes on the company’s stand. There, things like “Retro Cruiser” and “FJ Bruiser” will be on display if we think about specialized versions, but also a lot of accessory-equipped versions of the N400 Tacoma – TrailHunter, TRD Pro, TRD Off-Road and more. By the way, since the focus is on the latest best-selling midsize pickup truck, let’s not forget the Tacoma Blue Beetle or the unique new concept from Toyota Calty Design Studio.

This is the Japanese automaker’s main showcase event, where it debuts the 2024 Tacoma . The flexibility offered by Tacoma’s TGNA-F product platform.” The SEMA exhibit is located in the Central Hall, Booth No. 22200, by the way. “This exhibition space also demonstrates Toyota’s commitment to the automotive aftermarket and its dedication to performance, excitement and adventure on and off the pavement,” the company says. “.

In other related news, the all-new Toyota Tacoma N400 was crowned SEMA’s 2023 Midsize Truck of the Year although the competition was tougher than ever this year when considering the all-new Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon. In addition to the Ford Ranger and Ranger Raptor. This is the second time in three years that Toyota has received this award, along with other SEMA awards such as the 2021 Midsize Truck of the Year for the Tacoma, the 2021 Sports Compact Car of the Year for the GR Supra, and the 2022 Sports Compact Car of the Year for the GR86. This year, the company reached the final stage in four different vehicle categories.

“We are proud to receive the SEMA Midsize Truck of the Year award,” said Mike Tripp, Toyota Marketing Group Vice President. “The SEMA Awards celebrate creativity and customization that makes a significant impact on customers. For 2024, we built a Tacoma for every person and every lifestyle with the flexibility to allow customers to find their own adventure and push the boundaries of what’s possible.” By the way, it’s interesting to see how tradition is being upended at this year’s SEMA Show – the 2024 Toyota Tacoma Or a Lamborghini Huracan Sterato.

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