This is pretty cool.
The Special Equipment Market Association auto show is in full swing, and Toyota is one of the stand-out brands so far. We've already seen a few variants of the Supra, including a hand-painted version. But SEMA is about so much more than just lowered cars with flashy paint and crazy wheels, and those into off-roading and Overlanding are catered for too. Now Toyota has teased a special trailer that accompanies a modified Tacoma meant to be the ultimate off-roading camping companion. Using the bed of a Tacoma truck, this trailer looks very cool, but is not the only highlight of the below picture.
The Sport Trailer is attached to a regular Tacoma that has also been modified to make it ideal for "glamping", or upscale camping that makes sleeping in the woods seem like a luxury outing. The Tacoma in question features a reinforced rack system that can act as the base for a folding tent or as additional storage space for various necessities. But it's the trailer that is the most interesting part of this build. It boasts numerous mods, including running hot water, a toiler, stove, freezer, and even propane. The trailer also seems to be equipped with a Yamaha generator.
We've seen the rear ends of otherwise useless cars converted to absurd trailers in the past, but this kind of modification is usually carried out by an individual enthusiast, so it's quite cool to see something this radical from a manufacturer. It's unlikely to make production, but with enough interest, Toyota could be convinced to produce a limited number of Sport Trailers, although we suspect that they will be rather pricey. With a couple more days of the SEMA show remaining, we're sure that we'll soon learn more about this oddball Tacoma trailer that we hope will be more than a one-off.