Toyota Tundrasine: So, This Is What A Pickup Limousine Looks Like


We don’t know why you will take a limousine to a backwoods camping site, but if you ever find the desire to be chauffeured on a luxury automobile to your next fishing or hunting adventure, the Toyota Tundrasine is exactly the vehicle to make it happen.

A half-truck, half-limo monstrosity, it’s a modified Toyota Tundra that’s been rigged into a luxury stretch limo. That way, you don’t have to restrict any limo-chauffeured festivities within the confines of the city, letting you take a bachelor party to an off-road camp site in style.


The Toyota Tundrasine used a Toyota Tundra 1794 Edition 4×4 CrewMax as the donor vehicle, retaining the same ride height and width, but stretching the wheelbase to a massive 19.6 feet. It uses the same 5.7-liter V-8 engine and 4×4 drivetrain as the original truck, producing 381 horsepower and 401 pound-feet of torque. Instead of four doors, the custom truck was given eight, with the interior decked out in luxurious creamy brown leather. The larger interior can now fit up to nine passengers, so you can bring a decent-sized party along to go on a limousine adventure in off-city paths.


Unfortunately, Toyota didn’t deem it necessary to put a hot tub in the truck bed, which sort of dampens our excitement for the truck a little bit. Still, there’s no law against putting one yourself when you do decide to rig your own pickup into a similar contraption.

Want one? Sadly, you’ll have to commission it yourself, since the Toyota Tundrasine was built as a one-off that the company showed at SEMA earlier this month.

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