Toyota chopped up a Tacoma to make a trailer for SEMA360

Toyota Tacoma Trailer

Check out this chopped Tacoma tray Toyota turned into a camper trailer for SEMA360.

Taking a dual-cab, chopping off the tray and turning it into a camper trailer isn’t a new thing, but this chopped up Tacoma tray looks pretty cool. COVID has wreaked havoc across the motoring world and SEMA wasn’t immune; switching to an online event this year.

If you’re into overlanding (how the US describes off-roading) then you’ll like the look of this trailer. Watch the video below that goes into more detail about the trailer and the process that went into the build.

The trailer is kitted out with a sink, toilet, and shower with running hot water. There’s a Yamaha generator, stove and a Dometic fridge/freezer, and there’s a reinforced rack on the thing for mounting gear or a roof top tent.

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