Our team found plenty of great Toyota Trucks & SUV's today! Word is that Magnuson will have late-model Toyota Superchargers for FJ Cruisers, Tundras, and Tacomas very soon. We'll let you know when we find out more!
The first day of SEMA revealed a Tonka 2016 4Runner on 38” tires, new lights bars and aftermarket truck grills from Baja Design, and to my total surprise Smittybuilt is coming out with a expedition trailer.
Tuesday was a very productive day at the SEMA Show 2015! Our team captured hundreds of photos as part of their #LIVEatSEMA coverage. Here is just a taste...
SEMA Show 2015 is underway and we're #LIVEatSEMA getting the best Toyota Cruiser, Truck and SUV coverage on the planet!
Here are a few favorites from Monday, before the show opened....
SEMA Show 2015 is upon us, and we begin our #LIVEatSEMA coverage with some first shots of the TCT Trooper 2016 Tacoma Build.
Jim's truck, from Larry H. Miller Toyota of Colorado Springs, has transformed from stock form to fully desert (and everything else) ready. See all the photos of this pre-SEMA version below. The full TCT Trooper will be unleashed in the Toyota USA area at SEMA show on Tuesday.
Photos by Phillip Jones
Two weeks ago Tepui Tents hosted their Third Annual Tepui Fest in Hollister Hills, CA. While it's not a Toyota exclusive event, by the photos we've seen it was pretty close =)
Here's the video Tepui put together for the event. Enjoy!
Our team is already enroute to Las Vegas, NV for the 2015 SEMA Show and we'll be #LIVEatSEMA all week long! Our coverage begins Monday morning so stay tuned to this page and our social networks.
After months of planning, a group of about 10 of us 200 series Landcruiser owners were set to meet up in Ouray Colorado, Labor day weekend to take on some of the well known trails of the area. We all connected through Ih8mud.com.
To paraphrase Charles Dickens, ‘It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was a weekend of sunshine, it was a weekend of rain (a lot or rain, oh and there was the snow too!).’ Despite the less than desirable weather, the Overland Expo team pulled off an amazing event. I think the weather actually brought everyone closer together. In fact, I don’t remember seeing anyone angry or frustrated due to the weather. I do remember seeing a lot of smiling faces, and I am positive I was grinning from ear to ear the entire weekend. This weather helped me, at least, slow down and really take my time to talk to the instructors, vendors, and attendees.