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Toyota has...

Something interesting to be shown at SEMA. Trying to play the big dogs now!

PickupTruck.Com - SEMA 2007 - Toyota Tundra Dually Diesel Concept
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Old 10-30-2007, 03:08 PM
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Wow as much as I hate to say it......I have to admit that is a sharp looking truck!
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That is one ugly mo-fo!
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Why does it remind me of a Dodge?
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I agree with Matt, it looks like a toy. I wonder if it's an Autobot or a Decepticon?
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Fecesbot! That thing is a turd from the outside. I have been a Toyota guy for nearly 20 years, but I don't like that any more than I do the current or past Tundra. It is an interesting concept. It sounds like they have heavy enough components to make a decent truck, but it is short on power.

Most concept vehicles put out crazy power figures that the market doesn't see for years to come. They could at least lie and say that it makes 400 hp and 735 lb/ft of torque or whatever the rice version of torque is. It is interesting that they went with an Allison tranny. Things have come full circle in that respect. They used to own the technology/reliability market.
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It's strangely shaped, but looks like it could get the job done!
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Old 10-30-2007, 03:25 PM
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Looks like an inline 6, and like it's none intercooled, or is that just me?



Looks like the intake just snakes around in circles until it hits a turbo LOL... uhhhh wow.
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thats a different looking toy
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Old 10-30-2007, 03:32 PM
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I never heard of Hino before? What is their engines in normally anybody know?
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