PAYSON, UT – After only two years, RMFantasySX has exploded in popularity. 2016 will be even bigger, with two significant additions. This year’s grand prize will be an all-new 2016 Toyota Tacoma, taking the prizes to an unprecedented level. Also, the scoring system has been improved. Like last year, users who predict the top five riders (along with a wildcard) will be awarded points for each pick they correctly predict. For the 2016 season, however, five points will also be awarded for each picked rider who finishes in the top five but not in the exact position chosen. This rewards users who accurately predict top five finishes, even if they do not predict the exact order.
Stretching its full-size pickup to extreme levels, literally, Toyota unveiled its Tundrasine concept Tundra pickup truck at SEMA today in Las Vegas, using the truck as a prop during its press conference in which Toyota racers, such as rally and off-road racer Ryan Millen, and Toyota executives hopped out of the limo-truck for their introduction to the event.
Toyota has unveiled some of its plans for its 2015 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show display, which will feature 14 custom vehicles, one of which will be the Toyota Ultimate Utility Vehicle (UUV) shown above.
Toyota unveiled an all-new commercial and marketing campaign for the 2016 Tacoma with some aggressive off-roading and a host of unique characters. As the company puts it, “If your heart doesn’t beat a little faster after watching the all-new Toyota Tacoma broadcast spots, you might want to check your pulse.”
In the first step of our TRD Like Pro Build Series, we focused on one of the most crucial upgrades on the Tundra TRD Pro: Bilstein front coilover shocks. In Part 2, we look to complement the upgraded front coilovers with 2.5-inch Bilstein rear shocks.
The first part of our TRD Like a Pro Series focuses on one of the most important upgrades to our Toyota Tundra – Bilstein coilover front shocks. These larger-than-stock, 60mm shocks will enhance the truck’s suspension performance in challenging off-road terrain as well as provide some additional ground clearance by raising the front of the truck 2 inches.
Over a year ago, Toyota unveiled its TRD Pro lineup of 2015 models for the first time. Its new TRD Pro packages, hailed as Toyota’s most capable off-roaders to date, upped the ante in capability for its Tundra, 4Runner and Tacoma. Although the vehicles have been a big hit, Toyota built less than 10,000 units between the three models, and that has made the limited run of popular units hard to come by.