Hollywood cars: The Benchwarmers Toyota Tundra race truck

Check out a car from Hollywood! "The Benchwarmers" Toyota Tundra race truck on display at Sun Toyota in New Port Richey, FL. Visit http://www.SunToyota.com for more info on this famous truck!

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Toyota Tundra SR5 2014 - Test Off road
The Toyota Tundra may have been the Motor Trend 2008 Truck of the Year, but the full-size truck enters the 2014 model year with reduced pricing on certain trims. The significantly refreshed 2014 Toyota Tundra will now carry a base price of $26,915 for a regular-cab rear-drive model with a 4.0-liter V-6. Toyota isn't going to leave the luxury truck market to GMC, Ford, Chevrolet, and Ram, though -- the 2014 Tundra Platinum and 1794 Edition will carry identical MSRPs of $48,315 in CrewMax form, with four-wheel drive and a 5.7-liter V-8. All prices include the $995 destination charge. Toyota claims that the 2014 Tundra lineup's prices are, on average, $263 lower than comparable 2013 models. The 2014 Tundra is offered in SR, SR5, Limited, Platinum, and 1794 Edition forms, as a regular cab, double cab, or CrewMax. The double cab and CrewMax are offered with a bench or bucket seats in the front. Engines include a 270-hp 4.0-liter V-6 for the base SR trim as well as a 310-hp 4.6-liter V-8 for the SR and SR5 trims. Of course, the engine we'd pick is the 381-hp 5.7-liter V-8, which is offered on every trim from the SR to the Platinum and 1794 Edition trucks. The V-6 uses a five-speed automatic while the V-8s get a six-speed unit. Toyota Tundra SR5 2014 - Test Off road





2015 Toyota TRD Tundra Pro Desert Race Truck
2015 Tundra TRD Pro Desert Race Truck Charges into SEMA Toyota Returns to Baja with Race Truck and TRD Chase Vehicles TORRANCE, Calif., October 27, 2014 — The Specialty Market Equipment Association (SEMA) Show features many interesting project vehicles, but few are engineered to survive over 1,000 miles of grueling desert racing. But that’s exactly what the 2015 Tundra TRD Pro Desert Race Truck will do when it competes in the upcoming 47th Tecate SCORE Baja 1000. The modified Tundra will be on display at SEMA from November 4-7 before heading down to Ensenada, Mexico to compete in the Full Size Stock class from November 12-16. “The Baja 1000 is the ultimate proving grounds for research and development. It helps us to continuously improve our trucks,” said Toyota Pickup Trucks Chief Engineer Mike Sweers. In addition to his overall responsibilities at Toyota Racing Development (TRD) and Toyota, Sweers will also serve as the lead navigator for the race team. Toyota has a storied off-road racing heritage dating back to the 1980s. In that time, it’s racked up 303 off-road wins, 27 manufacturer's championships and 28 off-road driver's championships. Toyota’s Ivan “Ironman” Stewart captured 11 Baja 500 and two Baja 1000 wins. Stewart will serve as the race team’s coach and mentor as they head down to connect past and present in Baja. For 35 years and counting, TRD has been an integral component of Toyota’s success in motorsports victories as well as in designing high-quality performance parts and accessories. The TRD Pro Series is the most advanced yet in a long line of TRD trim levels for Toyota trucks. It consists of TRD-tuned suspension and aggressive accessories purpose-built for the rigors of off-roading. The TRD Pro parts and accessories line will give Toyota owners a race-proven option for customizing their trucks. “Competing in the Full Size Stock class allows our team to test the Tundra TRD Pro Series as close to stock as possible and showcase its strength and durability in the Mexican desert’s treacherous terrain,” said Andrew Franceschini, Toyota truck marketing and communications national manager. A trio of chase vehicles including a 4Runner, Tacoma and Tundra will also be on display at SEMA, alongside Stewart’s championship-winning trophy truck. These trucks reinforce Toyota’s exciting strategy to make the TRD Pro accessory line available unbundled for customers to modify their non-TRD Pro Series trucks and SUVs. TRD Pro Desert Race Team Team Coach: Ivan “Ironman” Stewart – Legendary Toyota Off-Road Racer, Off-Road Hall of Fame Member/22-time SCORE Baja 500 and 1000 Champion/San Diego, CA Navigators: Mike Sweers – Chief Engineer of Toyota Trucks/Ann Arbor, MI Samantha Stone – Toyota Production Engineer Drivers: Ted Moncure – Toyota Racing Development Design Engineer/SCORE Baja 1000 and 500 class-champion/Long Beach, CA Andy Bell – Toyota Athlete/SCORE Baja 500 Champion/Guinness World Record holder/Long Beach, CA Jamie Bestwick – Toyota Athlete/Professional BMX Vert Rider/9-time X- Games winner/Port Matilda, PA Ryan Millen – SCORE Baja 1000 and 500 Competitor/Son of off-road and rally legend Rod Millen/San Juan Capistrano, CA TRD Pro Series Trucks The TRD Pro Series is the most advanced yet in a long line of TRD model trim levels for Toyota trucks that dates back to 1998 when the first Off-Road Package was introduced for Tacoma. Already favorites among serious off-roaders, the 2015 Toyota Tundra, Tacoma and 4Runner will get even more capable with these new, aggressive off-road models designed by the experts at Toyota Racing Development (TRD). For more details on TRD Pro, visit: http://www.toyota.com/upcoming-vehicles/trdpro.html





Sand drag race with HUGE turbos!
Sand drag race in UAE. December 2012. Some of the 6cylinder cars have over 1500whp. And the v8 turbos even more.. Filmed and edit by: Pbjorck





08 Nissan Titan vs 08 Toyota Tundra tug o war
2008 Nissan Titan Pro 4-X 5.6L 4x4 with 35s and a 6" fab tech lift. 2008 Toyota Tundra Ltd 5.7L 4x4 with BF Goodrich AT and a Lowrangeoffroad 3" leveling kit The first pull both vehicles in 4 low. Watch the tires. hmmm The second pull the tundra was in 4 hi and the Titan was in 4 low. The conditions were after a 2 day rain, old asphalt parking lot, with a bit of loose bead gravel. We both pulled off the night before in a field but pretty much sat and spun both trucks. Call it a draw. Look for that video too.




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