Toyota 4Runner Backcountry bows at SEMA

Posted on Wednesday, 3 November 2010 , 19:11:25 byEmil

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Toyota 4Runner Backcountry bows at SEMA

If you were the kind of person that likes the wilderness, Toyota would have the right medicine for you, the Four Wheel Magazine’s project Toyota 4Runner Backcountry, a concept presented at the SEMA 2010, built in order to represent a “self-contained” exploration rig.
Off-road fans will know that something is up with this car by only taking a glimpse at it, noticing that the stock suspension was replaced by heavy-duty Old Manu Emu parts and the car model also features new springs and shock absorbers, making it more efficient on rough terrain.
Another half an inch of ride height was added to the car model with Falken Wildpeak A/T tires, wrapped around Teflon-coated ATX Mojave wheels.
Its ARB front Air Locker provides an efficient distribution while the two additional HID driving lights ensure navigation under low light conditions.
You will reach your destination for sure when driving such a car, with a rooftop tent, roof rack mounted lights and a 13-gallon water tank, having a hose attached to it.
More to that, in the cabin the driver will be pleased to find an array of communication and navigational instruments.
No journey could be more exciting than this.


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