Today Toyota announced a few exciting updates for the 2019 TRD Pro trucks (4Runner, Tundra, and 3rd Gen Tacoma). While some of the updates are fairly cosmetic, a few upgrades stand out as useful.
Planning your 2018 Adventure? You can use tools like the FunTreks Website (and guidebooks/data cards/maps) along with apps like Hema Explorer to get ready for a grand adventure!
We made a short video showing the basic steps =)
Today Toyota USA revealed their latest concept car, the FT-AC (Future Toyota Adventure Concept), and we're interested in something like this becoming a reality.Today Toyota USA revealed their latest concept car, the FT-AC (Future Toyota Adventure Concept), and we're interested in something like this becoming a reality.
As you’ve read, we really would like to keep the #Project4 GX-460 as economical as possible, while providing an upgraded level of utility.
Coming from the 2015 Tundra, the lack of available storage in the smaller GX is quite noticeable. By the time we load adults, children, dogs, and a little gear - we’re packed.
With a constantly growing show, we’re seeing more and more new companies emerge in the aftermarket industry. Around every corner we’re seeing new innovation pushing the boundaries of the automotive industry.
Today we’re very excited to announce Kathy Locke as our new Creative Director.
Kathy’s skill in layout and design and love of Toyota Adventure will help propel Toyota Cruisers & Trucks to a new level of exceptionalism.
Both inside and out, we been seeing some impressive builds and great new product at this year’s SEMA Show. Big, small, new and old these builds can give even a seasoned SEMA attendee some serious whiplash!
Although Toyota strayed away from displaying any off-road vehicles this year, exhibitors around the show still had a good showing for Toyota enthusiasts to flock around.
The popular Expedition Overland YouTube series is entering its 3rd season, featuring their South American travels in the latest examples of the Tacoma, 4Runner, and Land Cruiser.
We're excited to announce a significant change in our editorial team. Beginning with our Fall 2017 issue which will be released just after SEMA Show 2017, Beau Johnston will be stepping down as Editor in Chief and Phillip Jones will be assuming that role.