Eight doors on a car is stretching things too far. Pun intended. But when those eight doors find their way to a truck, things get out of the ordinary. But at the ongoing SEMA show (3rd to 6th Nov), the Comic Con for cars, space isn’t given out to the ordinary. This Toyota, by any means, isn’t, and by that very virtue secures a place. Called the Tundrasine (an amalgamation of Tunda and limousine), this stretched truck has as many as eight doors.
Apropos to accommodating that many doors, the Tundrasine measures over 8 meters long as well. Of course, it’s based on a standard Tundra, the 1794 Edition 4×4 CrewMax with a 5.7-litre V8 engine, good for 380 hp and 543 Nm of torque, paired to a six-speed automatic transmission. In case you want to treat your esteemed guests to some mild dune bashing, there’s four-wheel drive as well. But it’ll be more of going off-road in a train, and you’ll be beached in no time, because the Tundrasine is estimated to weigh more than 3.6 tons!
Coming to doing justice to the limousine bit, the Tundrasine wears a luscious Midnight Black Metal paint, while the plush interiors are properly kitted out business-class style, with brown leather wrapped ottoman passenger seats which slide back and forth, along with wood and chrome inserts all over the interiors, including the dashboard, steering and door panels. Does the Toyota Tundrasine rock your boat? Do let us know in the comments section below.