The SEMA Auto Show is all about tie-ups between automakers and aftermarket tuning companies and this year’s no different. We’ve already covered more than five handfuls of vehicles that are headed to the show, but there are still tons more.
Toyota, in collaboration with DC Shoes and West Coast Customs, is introducing the Ultimate Motocross Track. The Japanese automaker used a Toyota Tundra as its platform with plenty of athlete feedback from DC Shoes, which then passed along all the information to West Coast Customs, which in turn built the go-to motocross hauler.
With all the information gathered, WCC added an array of modifications on the truck, equipping it with just about everything a Motocross rider would want to see in the vehicle. This includes a roof rack, fold-up bed sides, a suicide tailgate, a winch to load bikes, a hidden ramp, and a customized interior.
In addition to that, WCC also gave the modified Tundra some hanlding improvements with some help from some of the industry’s best aftermarket shops. For instance, Carmburg Racing worked on lifting the suspension, while Fox Racing was responsible for upgrading the shocks set-up. There’s also a custom rough-texture paint by Line-X, new bumpers and side steps from N-Fab, accessories from Matrix, new lights from KC, a head unit from Pioneer, and new amps, subs, and speakers from Diamond.
The Tundra Ultimate Motocross Truck will be showcased in a number of auto events beginning with the SEMA Auto Show. On top of that, the truck will also be featured on the reality TV show “Inside West Coast Customs” shortly thereafter.