The Tundra PIE Pro might be Toyota’s standout vehicle at this year’s SEMA show. But the company’s Las Vegas presence doesn’t begin and end there.
Here’s a handy guide to the other one-off builds on display through Friday:
When he's not breaking the minor league career home run record or taking Vontae Mack first overall in the NFL draft, Kevin Costner loves the outdoors. This Tundra Platinum was custom built in collaboration with the actor to optimize the actor’s passion for nature and an active outdoor lifestyle.
SoCal Kustomz gave the all-new 2019 Corolla Hatchback the full hot rod treatment.
This Corolla Hatchback, built by Muscle Tuner Automotive, pays tribute to the historic AE86 Corolla GT-S.
Here’s another take on the Corolla Hatchback: a time attack entry by automotive media network Super Street.
Rally racers at Hoonigan fitted the Corolla Hatchback with a “Russian Arm” camera, among other modifications, to create the ultimate pursuit vehicle for professional video productions.
Not to be outdone, TRD/Papadakis Racing converted the Corolla Hatchback into a full-on Formula Drift car, with rear-wheel-drive conversion, a custom suspension and a turbocharged engine that cranks out more than 1,000 horsepower. It looks great next to Formula Drift driver Fredric Aasbo.
To celebrate the much-anticipated return of the iconic Supra, Toyota is displaying pristine examples of the four previous generations — all in white.
In addition, two variations of competition-ready Supras are on hand, including this NASCAR Xfinity Series entry…
…and this GR Supra Racing Concept fashioned by TOYOTA GAZOO Racing.
By Dan Miller