To develop the SEMA version, they used the Tacoma PreRunner SR5 as the framework and the base for modification. The dual theme designed was created by Toyota together with Blue C, a California based advertising agency. Both sides of the design came with names where the TX2 is given to the one on the driver side while the passenger side graphic was called TX Pro.

In terms of performance accessories which as mentioned was derived from TRD, this machince came with TRD’s 16 x7.5-inch off road bead lock style wheels, BF Goodrich all-terrain T/A KO LT285/75×16 tires, Cadmium plated Bilstein 5100 Series shocks, a Motoextender by Amp Research, TRD stainless steel Cat-Back exhaust, a Genuine Toyota class 4 trailer hitch and TRD floor-mats. Essentially, this product is the result of the integration of 3 companies namely Toyota Motor Sales USA Inc., TRD (Toyota Racing Development) and Blue C Advertising.

As mentioned, the base vehicle being the 2010 Tacoma PreRunner comes with the 4.0L V6 DOHC 24V VVT-i 236HP Engine mated with a 5-Speed ECT-i Automatic Transmission gearbox. Standard fittings here include Remote Keyless Entry System, a Cruise Control System, Sliding Rear Window with Privacy glass, Color-keyed front bumpers, a chrome grille surround and rear bumper, Metallic Tone Instrument Panel Trim, Leather-Wrapped Steering Wheel with Audio Controls & Leather-Wrapped Shifter as well as a backup camera and auto dimming inside mirror with monitor.

It seemed that the TX2 was developed as an enhanced version of the TRD graphics which exudes ‘lifestyle’ so that drivers would accept that driving a truck is nowadays normal and an everyday life matter. On the other side, the TX Pro is set to promote energy and aesthetics as Toyota have gone through various events like SCORE International, Vans Warp Tours, SuperCross and the Coachella Music Festival.

 

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