Back in September, Toyota announced the first details on its "Dream Build Challenge" launched for this year’s SEMA Show . Back then we only got a sneak peek at the models to be displayed in Las Vegas, but now we have the chance to see them in all their glory.
One of the models entering the "Toyota Dream Build Challenge" was designed by freestyle skier Simon Dumont in cooperation with Oakley Design.He specially designed the 4Runner for the needs of a man capable of doing double front flips 100 feet in the air, and then landing in one piece.
His concept is based on the recently revised 4Runner that now has an aggressive and sporty look, and an interior equipped with all the comforts appreciated by an athlete at the end of a long day. The name is also very suggesting: "Ultimate Dream Ski 4Runner."
Click past the jump to see just how the pro skier muscled up the 4Runner.