It's got almost everything you need for overlanding, including a "lol snow" license plate.
In its standard guise, the Toyota 4Runner has been designed to be a fairly capable vehicle but a private owner decided that they wanted to extract a lot more out of their 2017 model. The example, which has now been listed for sale, has been kitted out from the top to bottom with Overlanding gear.
As listed on Bring a Trailer, the 4Runner seen here was sold by Toyota of Orange in California to the owner who converted it and subsequently covered roughly 70,000 miles. The truck has been finished in silver metallic paint with black interior upholstery but more exciting than that is the powertrain.
Under the hood sits Toyota's 4.0-liter V6 engine but for added grunt, a Magnuson supercharger has been applied. The five-speed automatic, dual-range transfer case, and locking rear differential have been left stock but the car does benefit from a high-output alternator, and a group 31 heavy-duty battery to accommodate the additional kit.
Added to the silver paint are a black front grille, a Pelfreybilt aluminum bumper with a Warn winch, and a Baja Designs light bar. This is supported by an ARB Safari snorkel, HID lights, C4 Fabrication rock sliders, and an Eezi-Awn full-length roof rack equipped with a light bar and individual LED lights, also sourced from Baja Designs.
To create a more capable chassis, the owner applied a set of 18-ich Volk Racing alloy wheels wrapped in 35-inch BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2 tires. To lower the risk of being abandoned in the wild, a matching spare wheel has also been mounted to a swing-away carrier alongside a rear ladder and a jerry can and propane tank rack.
Further equipment highlights include a high-lift jack and an Expedition One-sourced steel bumper fitted with a pair of Baja Designs Squadron lights. For the added ground clearance and off-road capabilities, the 4Runner has been given adjustable King shocks, Old Man Emu springs, and Dirt King-sourced upper and lower control arms.
Emphasizing comfort, capability, and convenience, the interior of the Toyota 4Runner gets a sPod systems controller, Blue Sea USB outlets, ArcLight LED interior lighting, President Electronics Bill CB radio, Midland MXT115 two-way radio, Redarc trailer brake controller, Victron Energy battery monitor, column-mounted boost pressure gauge, and a voltage readout.
Within the cargo area, a series of camping essentials have been installed. This includes a Goose Gear full camp kitchen with drawer, Cook Partner dual stove, National Luna refrigerator, Custom adventure panel, 1,500-watt inverter, Rago Fabrication molle panel, 20-gallon water tank with 1,200-watt heaters, a water tank gauge and thermostat, ARB air compressor, and a subwoofer. The current bid is at $12,000 with the auction to end early next week.