Toyota Tundra “Tundrasine” Stretches Definition of Fullsize Luxury
Eight-Door Truck Limo Built In Texas
It’s not terribly unusual to see a limousine conversion at custom truck shows, with a combo extended/crew cab or a six-door crew cab. However, an eight-door truck limousine is definitely unusual. Making this particular even more unusual is that it was built by Toyota itself at the Tundra’s home in San Antonio, Texas. Starting life as your typical Tundra 1794 Edition Crew Cab, the build team wasted no time in getting out the Sawzalls and plasma cutters. Not one but two more rows of rear doors were added to the cab, making for an eight-door, nine-passenger limousine, with plenty of room for hay bales, kegs, or whatever else you’d be inclined to carry in the bed.
For the numbers geeks among us, consider the following stats: The wheelbase of the Tundrasine is 235.9 inches or 7 inches longer than the overall length of a regular Tundra Crew Max. Overall length of the Tundrasine is 319.1 inches or longer than two 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miatas parked nose-to-tail would be. The overall weight of this behemoth is actually less that you might think, at a relatively svelte 7,963 pounds or about the same as a 2015 Ford F-350 Super Duty single axle. Anyone ready for prom?