Toyota Tacoma All-Terrain Gamer: Every Gamer's Dream
It's hard having to walk away from your favorite game and do grown-up things like drive to work and get groceries. How can you focus on that kind of boring stuff when there's a boss to beat before you can get to the next level and you've almost figured out how? Toyota feels your pain. That's why there's the Tacoma All-Terrain Gamer (ATG) so you can play your favorite games anywhere, anytime. RELATED: 2005 Volvo XC70 AT Concept - Another Hot Off-Roader This amazeballs truck was introduced back at SEMA in 2009 and it is truly the stuff of every gamer's dreams. Gaze upon its glory for just a second and then try to focus on anything else. You can't, because now you must have this truck. They started by ripping off the original doors and adding gull-wings that provide shelter over the theater-style seating for four people. The seats swing out into a row and, don't worry, everyone gets their own matching 24" flat panel monitor.
Gaming is thirsty business, so there's a built in mini-fridge to dispense the energy drink of your choice, be it Red Bull or the traditional Mountain Dew. There are four Xbox Elite game console bundles which, given the passage of time, you'll likely want to upgrade to Xbox Ones because why the heck not? The controllers even hook right into the seats so you don't have to worry about losing them during your daily travels.
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Just in case your gaming party includes more than four, there's a huge 66-inch Sharp Aquos plasma high-def monitor on the back of the truck to entertain everyone while they wait their turns. Your friends can cheer you on, or you can choose to display your gaming prowess simply to make every other guy in every other car feel totally inferior.
Should you tire of all that gaming, there are two Cannondale mountain bikes that you can ride off into the wilderness, or you can choose to take your ATG out into that same wilderness and have some off-road fun. Toyota Racing Development (TRD) had its way with the ATG to make it an off-road beast.
They added a 304 horsepower 4.0-liter supercharger to up the torque to 334 and help the truck handle off-road obstacles with ease. There are also TRD 16-inch bead lock wheels with BF Goodrich LT295/75R16 All-Terrain T/A tires.
No, you cannot buy this wonder of a truck because it was just a one-off that was used for promotional purposes, but your world is a better place simply for knowing this exists.
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