Toyota Shows Off Custom Corolla Hatches and Tundras at SEMA

Toyota Shows Off Custom Corolla Hatches and Tundras at SEMA

Toyota once again brought out a fleet of custom show cars to the SEMA Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. Unlike last year when it had the outrageous C-HR R-Tuned and a number of NASCAR-modified Camrys, Toyota chose to highlight the Corolla hatchback and Tundra pickup truck for this year's show. Check out all of Toyota's SEMA vehicles below.Tundra Pie Pro View 29 Photos Toyota attracted all the hungry SEMA Show attendees to its booth with this pizza-making Tundra . The Pie Pro is a fully automated, mobile pizza kitchen on wheels. Built by Toyota's Motorsports Technical Center in collaboration with Pizza Hut, the truck can make a fresh pizza in about seven minutes from when it's ordered. We wish we could say the truck is also pizza-powered, but it instead relies on a hydrogen fuel-cell electric powertrain that only emits water vapor from the tailpipe. .

This means the truck has an almost non-existent carbon footprint, according to Toyota. Robots from Nachi Robotics Systems make and cook the pies in TurboChef conveyor ovens. SoCal Kustomz Corolla View 29 Photos This is SoCal Kustomz first venture into the import scene and the company's first SEMA build project. The garage specializes in restoring American muscle cars, and applied those skills to this Corolla hatchback project. The builders fabricated custom intake and exhaust systems for the hatch, and also adapted a Nitrous Express injection system for extra power. .

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