Founded in 1979, REDARC Electronics got its start producing ignition systems, though the South Australian outfit has since grown into one of the most trusted names in the off-road power management industry. And after previously building out a myriad of Toyota Hilux-based go-anywhere overlanders, REDARC has now revealed the inaugural addition to its North American fleet with a heavily modified 2021 Toyota Tacoma TRD Off-Road.
Known as the “REDARC Tacoma,” this off-road machine, camping platform, and mobile power station features numerous upgrades including a Frontrunner roof-rack, Falken WildPeak AT3 tires, an ICON 1.5” lift-kit, a WARN VR 10-S winch, an Alu-Cab Genn 3.1 Expedition Rooftop tent and shadow awning, a bevy of LED light bars and pods from Rigid, and a slide-out ARB Zero fridge. Unsurprisingly, REDARC has outfitted the Toyota with a state-of-the-art power setup with a “Total Vehicle Management System” housed in a custom Mits Alloy canopy, a dash-mounted dual battery gauge, a Full River Throttle AGM battery, an in-vehicle battery charger, a smart battery isolator, a Switch Pro SP-900 control panel, and dual 120Ah Lithium-ion batteries that collectively afford 240Ah of usable power storage. The REDARC Tacoma is slated to make its public debut later this month at Overland Expo Mountain West, before making its way to SEMA in November.