Toyota Tundra equipped for barbeque

Posted on Tuesday, 4 November 2014 , 08:11:30 byTheodora

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Toyota Tundra equipped for barbeque

The Toyota Tundra is a full-size pickup truck manufactured in the US by the Japanese manufacturer Toyota since May 1999. Currently the Tundra is assembled in San Antonio, Texas, USA where trucks serve many purposes and have become an integral part of the state's culture. So it’s no wonder we get to see a unit at the SEMA Show. And what unit! It is a surprisingly Tundra, which once again illustrates its destination.

The Toyota Tundra exhibited at SEMA is the result of the collaboration between Toyota and chef Tim Love. What’s a chef doing in this equation you might ask. Well let’s see. The SEMA Tundra features a massive Solaire 27-inch grill with infrared burner. It is part of a stainless steel slide-out system which also contains two John Boos cutting boards, two taps for beer and wine and cold storage coolers. So, here we have the perfect car to take us to a barbeque far away from home in the most remote place we can imagine.

The Toyota Tundra is not only great for picnic, it also features a lot of entertaining elements such as  two 24-inch LED TVs, 40-inch LED TV, PlayStation 4, Apple TV, three full-range speakers, two subwoofers and two amplifiers along with a mono amplifier and iPod and USB and 3.5mm connections part of a Rockford Fosgate Audio System. The vehicle is also equipped with 22-inch wheels with Toyo MT tires, Bushwacker fender flares, light bars and a fully motorized automated camper shell with wind doors. Feel like going out for a barbeque?

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