Toyota "DragQuoia" for SEMA is Completely Revolting- but for Charity
When preparing a vehicle for SEMA, companies go above and beyond what is usually desired to be done to said vehicle. Extreme body kits, massive wheels, Hot Wheels style graphics; you name it, they do it. Case and point, this 650-hp Toyota DragQuoia. Designed by NHRA Top Fuel points leader Antron Brown for Toyota’s Racing Dream Build Challenge, the DragQuoia utilizes a standard Toyota Sequioa suv which has been slammed, given a bit more of a wagon-like rear end and a supercharged V8.
Stripping nearly 1,600 pounds of “non-essential” weight from the standard pickup, Toyota says that this monster can hold down a quarter mile in about nine or 10 seconds- which is good considering you don’t want anyone to see you actually driving it. Taking part in a friendly competition at this years SEMA show in Vegas with equally as horrendous, racer designed Camry’s, Prius’ and Tundra’s, fans can vote for king of the stupids with the winner bringing home $50K for a charity of their choice. PHOTOS: See more of the Toyota DragQuoia SEMA