Toyota presents the Tacoma TX Package Concept featuring TX Pro side graphics, massive off-road wheels and plenty of TRD equipment.

The 2009 SEMA Show will play host to the Toyota Tacoma TX Package Concept car developed to measure public interest in this type of vehicle. Toyota Racing Development (TRD) provided a number of the added accessories and body graphics.

The base was a 2010 Tacoma PreRunner SR5 with a 4.0-litre V6 DOHC 24V VVT-i engine making 174kW (236hp). The transmission is a 5-speed automatic. Some modifications include Bilstein 5100 Series shocks plated in cadmium, genuine Toyota lightweight aluminium tube steps with black finish, a TRD stainless steel cat-back exhaust system and TRD 16 X 7.5 off-road wheels inside BF Goodrich all-terrain T/A KO LT285/75X16 tyres. The young at heart will appreciate the TX Pro passenger side graphic design inspired by such high-energy events as organised by SCORE International and others.

Equipment already installed in the factory car includes fog lamps, chrome grille surrounds, colour-coded bumpers and a fibre-reinforced sheet molded composite (SMC) inner bed with steel outer panels. Passenger comfort creatures include cruise control, a leather steering wheel with audio controls and TRD floor mats.


Toyota Tacoma TX Package Concept