What is Toyota bringing to the 2017 SEMA show?
There are a few major or can’t miss dates that are circled on every car enthusiasts’ calendar, the North American International Auto Show in Detroit as well as the Chicago Auto Show. Both events feature exciting presentations from automakers like Toyota, many of which signal changes to existing models or the introduction of brand new ones. For a glimpse of some really exciting things, the Specialty Equipment Market Association expo held in Las Vegas is where it’s at. Original equipment manufacturers and just about every company that so much as touches the automotive industry shows off their best and newest products. So, what will Toyota be bringing to the 2017 SEMA show?
Special SEMA Toyota vehicles
Back in 2015, Toyota blew the doors off of the SEMA show with its lineup of TRD-themed sedans like the Avalon and the Camry. Of course, TRD stands for Toyota Racing Development, and those rugged components are usually reserved for vehicles that will be taken off-road like the Tundra and Tacoma pickup trucks, as well as SUVs like the 4Runner. We’ve included a few photos of these former SEMA display vehicles to help get everyone in the mood for this year’s show.
— Toyota USA (@Toyota) October 20, 2017
A Tonka truck for big kids
Sometimes the vehicles that get a special SEMA treatment venture on the silly, but nonetheless, still very cool side of the equation. Take for instance the Tonka-themed Toyota 4Runner. This truck was likely never going to be put into production, but it was a precursor of things to come for the 4Runner platform.
The White River Toyota Blog will bring you updates for what Toyota shows off at the 2017 SEMA show when it kicks off next week. Be sure to check back with us. Tell us what you think in the comments below.