Toyota Made A Trailer Out Of A Tacoma Bumper

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Remember those old Plymouth Prowler trailers?

Although the 2020 SEMA show was forced to go online this year, it hasn't stopped automakers like Toyota from revealing its cool builds that would have debuted in Las Vegas. Toyota revealed several cool concept vehicles during its first wave of reveals and the company is now ready for wave two. Previously, Toyota showed off a cool Overlanding concept built around the Tacoma pickup truck.

Now, the 2021 Toyota Tacoma receives an extraordinary new trailer that is built specifically for Overlanding. It's called the TRD-Sport Trailer, and just like Plymouth did for the Prowler, Toyota built this towable trailer out of a Tacoma bumper.

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The TRD-Sport Trailer looks like someone chopped the back off a Tacoma and filled it with Overlanding goodies. Toyota equipped the trailer with a remote-operated scissor-lift that raises several feet from the truck bed. On top of the lift, eager Overlanders can set up a Yakima four-person tent with an awning to sleep in. The lift also includes fly fishing-pole holders so that owners can enjoy some fishing from up there.

Toyota added plenty of other great camping features too. The TRD-Sport Trailer includes a built-in toilet, trash can, refrigerator, water heater, water holding tanks, slide-out sink and stove, and campsite lighting.

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Like the standard bed of a Tacoma, the TRD-Sport Trailer even includes a special sticker on the side. This being a SEMA build, there's no guarantee that Toyota will put the TRD-Sport trailer into production. There is no estimated price, as this was a one-off build specifically for the show.

Perhaps if Toyota gets enough interest from customers, it could offer a limited production run of these trailers. Plymouth was crazy enough to offer the Prowler trailer as a $5,000 option, so maybe Toyota will actually sell this funky creation. And even if it's not on a separate trailer, there's no reason why all of this equipment couldn't fit in the normal bed of a Tacoma or Tundra.

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