Toyota Tacoma All-Terrain Gamer makes you wanna play

Article by Christian A., on August 26, 2010

A collaboration joined in by B.A.D. Company, Microsoft Xbox and Toyota Racing Development produced the Toyota Tacoma All-Terrain Gamer (ATG), which is currently showcased at SEMA Motor Show.

Simply stated, this vehicle has more flat screen monitors than wheels. The Toyota Tacoma All-Terrain Gamer (ATG) is actually based on the 2009 Tacoma Double Cab Long Bed PreRunner V6 five-speed automatic.

To attract its target market of young pickup truck owners, the tuners combined outdoor sports activities and video games. They removed the B-Pillars and the front seats and instead, put in double gull-wing doors and theater style seating.

If you didn´t guess already, these modifications are intended to create a gaming feel for the car's driver and passengers. On the two swing arms, we see four interior monitors. This provides each game seat optimum screen distance.

The tuners made additional changes that include three base colors of a custom metallic anthracite, drilled aluminum interior panels, color-matched protective floor coating, an acrylic hood with an engine view port, a 66-inch plasma monitor with a custom roll cage enclosure, tonneau cover with "Craze" paint technique, blacked out front grille, sponsor logo windshield sun shade, front and rear bumpers, smoked front head and rear tail lamp treatment, and Xbox graphics.

The sound system is impressive; it generates a total of 2,150 watts of power via the 1,500 watt 12-inch Kicker Solobaric L7-12 Subwoofer and eight Kicker QS65.2 6.5-inch mid-range speakers. Toyota Racing Development's contribution to the project is the installation of a 304 horsepower 4.0-liter Supercharger and 16-inch bead lock wheels with BF Goodrich LT295/75R16 All-Terrain T/A tires.

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