View Full Version : Tacoma Incross V8 Concept

05-02-2010, 10:55 AM

A 4.7L V8 engine gives the Access Cab Incross concept truck more power than the typical V6 Tacoma, and it's not your imagination if you think the bed looks different -- the truck's frame was modified to accept a shorter bed from a Double Cab model.

Modified fender flares and a matte green finish give the truck a rugged appearance that's in sync with its features.

Toyota Tacoma V8 Incross Concept Truck's Equipment:


4.7L, i-Force V8 engine, 271 hp, 313 lb/ft of torque
Custom Bilstein shocks
Toyota Racing Development Headers
Custom Dual Exhaust by Tube Solutions


Green Matte Paint Color by Gardena Auto Body and Focus on Cars
Genuine Toyota Accessory Skid Plate
17 inch American Racing Wheels with F/X Motorsports centercaps
BF Goodrich All-Terrain tires
Custom front grille with Toyota badge by All-State Manufacturing
Bronze color headlamp treatment
Bushwacker Modified fender flares


FJ Cruiser styled steering wheel, seats and floor by Fast Ed’s Interiors
Gentex back-up mirror / camera
Scosche double DIN radio bezel
Bronze color interior trim
JBL Premium Audio with Toyota factory Navigation
Genuine Toyota Accessory sport pedals

Santa Cruz Nomad mountain bikes
Yakima bike racks
Bass Pro Shops camping gear
Genuine Toyota Accessory cargo net and cross bars
Redline Hood Struts


source: http://trucks.about.com/od/2007toyotatrucks/ig/Toyota-Trucks-at-SEMA--2008/Tacoma-V8-Incross-Concept.htm

05-02-2010, 02:57 PM
V8's in the smaller trucks are always cool. I had the Dakota R/T with the 5.9 V8 and it was freakin' sweet!!! :)

05-02-2010, 04:29 PM
V8's in the smaller trucks are always cool. I had the Dakota R/T with the 5.9 V8 and it was freakin' sweet!!! :)

...but fugly!! [ohsnap1]

05-02-2010, 04:32 PM
Paint on that Taco concept is awesome! Need black wheels AND turn the whitewalls in.

05-02-2010, 04:57 PM
sweeeeeeeeet id rather see it in a strret racing look instead of off road thats just my taste... i been it will stroll out

05-03-2010, 01:42 PM
...but fugly!! [ohsnap1]
Dude, the late 90's early 2000's Dakota's weren't fugly. I loved that thing. Now, the before and after Dakota's, yes they were and are fugly. I'll half agree with you.