Chef Tim Love is well-known thanks to his Texas restaurants including Lonesome Dove Western Bistro, Woodshed Smokehouse and the White Elephant Saloon. He also loves cars and for this year’s SEMA Show he teamed up with Toyota and Divine 1 Customs in order to create a custom Tundra. The vehicle features a 27-inch Solaire grill with infrared burners that puts out 24,000 BTUs as well as a Rockford Fosgate audio system.
Moreover, the Tundra Tim Love features two John Boos cutting boards, two taps for beer and wine and cold storage e coolers but also an onboard PlayStation 4.
“My cooking is about having fun and putting a surprise twist into classic dishes,” said Love. “This Tundra is definitely perfect for my style,” he added. “It’s capable of serving up delicious food and a great time to all of my tailgating friends.”
“This ingenious build highlights why the Tundra is the truck of choice for so many hard-working Americans,” said Steve Appelbaum, Toyota’s engagement marketing and motorsports national manager. “It’s more than capable of hauling equipment to the job site during the week and then pulling tailgate duty at the stadium on game day.”