Toyota Tundra Sportsman

Mar 29, 2016

Category: Rides

The Toyota Tundra Sportsman is not one of those trucks you buy if you think you might, ya know, someday maybe, might take a camping trip. No, this is for the man who’s been spending most his life living in a sportsman’s paradise.

Created in conjunction with Bass Pro Shops’ RedHead Pro Hunting Team, this one-off Tundra features a plethora of perks for the outdoor enthusiast, both inside and out. The interior features Browning-branded camouflage floor mats, a weather station and GPS, and a pistol safe. Even more rugged goodness awaits outside the cabin, with a swing-out work bench, JBL all-weather outdoor speakers in the bed, two steel locking rifle cases, a small stove, sink and work surface in the tailgate area, a built-in seven-gallon water tank, ATX 18-inch Teflon coated wheels with 33 x 12.5″ Nitto Mud Grapplers tires, and an 86 square foot platform on top of the camper shell and cab. No word yet on a price.

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