2009 Toyota Tacoma TX Package Concept review and pictures

Posted on Thursday, 5 November 2009 , 13:11:16 byDan

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Toyota Tacoma TX Package Concept

The Japanese carmaker Toyota developed the Tacoma TX Package Concept for the 2009 SEMA Show. This is equipped with an impressive list of Toyota Racing Development performance accessories and two unique graphics along each side of the truck. The model has as base for the modification project the 2010 Tacoma PreRunner SR5. The passenger side graphic called the TX Pro matches the energy of the youth today. The Pro designation offers a nod to those who are passionately involved in the high-energy action sports scene. In addition to its design themes, the model received a few performance modifications like TRD 16x7.5-inch off road bead lock style wheels, a TRD stainless steel Cat-Back exhaust, a Genuine Toyota class 4 trailer hitch, a Motoextender by Amp Research, Cadmium plated Bilstein 5100 Series shocks, Genuine TRD floor-mats and a Genuine Toyota lightweight aluminum tube steps with a black finish. The base model is powered by a 4.0-liter DOHC 24v VVT-I capable of developing 236 horsepower. All this output is being sent to the wheels through a 5-speed ECT-I Automatic transmission. Individualistic stars and the Power of Individualism griffin are used as major elements in the overall design. The T/X Pro is all about energy and the aesthetic design inspired by travels to SCORE International, Vans Wrap Tours, Coachella Music Festival and SuperCross. The carmaker did a very good job developing the Tacoma TX Package Concept and fans everywhere are grateful for sure.