Japanese carmaker is bringing something for everyone.
As SEMA prepares to open its doors next week, Toyota has unveiled what it has in store by announcing a host of tuning projects for the Las Vegas aftermarket extravaganza. First up, we have DUB Editions of the Sienna and Yaris that come with widebody kits, fat alloys, lowered suspensions, and a TRD big brake kit with StopTech calipers. The cabins come suitably decked out with premium audio systems, speakers, amps and subwoofers.
The one-off Sienna Remix is the work of SiriusXM and West Coast Customs, which comes with a 360-degree A/V column that comes out the roof, featuring two 40-inch LCD monitors, four subwoofers, 16 speakers and two LED bars. If that's not enough, the rear tailgate slides out to reveal a DJ booth with more sound equipment. Toyota is also bringing a trio of customized support vehicles in the form of the TRD 4Runner, TRD Tacoma, and TRD Tundra, which between them showcase a range of gear from winches and roof racks to skid plates, roll bars and storage systems. Toyota's 2015 Tundra TRD Pro Desert Race truck that will compete in the Baja 1000 and an updated version of the FT-1 supercar concept will also be on display.