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Toyota Tundra Sportsman

Unveiled at the 2010 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show in Las Vegas, the Toyota Tundra Sportsman is a collaboration with Bass Pro Shops. Designed to take not only your deer stand but your entire hunting camp with you, Toyota touts it as “a command center for extended hunting trips” and “the ultimate sportsman fantasy transport and base camp. For example, there is a food preparation area in the tailgate, including a white gas stove and built-in 7-gallon water tank. Additionally, it sports a fold-down workbench, long gun storage and a pistol safe.

The Tundra Sportsman started as a 2011 Tundra double cab 4×4 with the optional TRD Rock Warrior package and 5.7L V8 power plant and 6-speed automatic. They also added a custom air intake and snorkel, as well as a custom exhaust that exits through the center of the pickup bed and rear deck. In addition to a 3-inch lift, the Tundra Sportsman features 18” teflon coated ATX wheels and Nitto Mud Grappler 33×12.5 tires.

The 86-square-foot platform atop the truck and can be accessed via a side-mounted ladder and doubles as a hunting blind or sleeping quarters.

Unfortunately, you won’t be ordering one of these from your local Toyota dealer. This concept car was designed to increase brand awareness for Toyota and Bass Pro Shops and “push the creative boundaries of truck utility.”

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