The Let’s Go Moto Tundra is a project from Joe Gibbs Racing Motocross, Josh Grant and Justin Brayton for Toyota Dream Build Challenge. Think of the Let’s Go Moto Tundra as a dream-truck for motocross junkies. It will make an appearance at the 2013 SEMA show in Las Vegas.
“Two top-notch motocross athletes and the Toyota Tundra came together to create one ultimate desert sports machine for the Toyota Dream Build Challenge.Joe Gibbs Racing Motocross (JGRMX) teammates Josh Grant and Justin Brayton combined their vehicle wish lists for a hot competition day, with help from the JGRMX and N-FAB shops more than 1,000 miles apart. The collaboration resulted in expandable electronic awnings and TV screens to cool down, along with all motocross gear and attitude to heat up the competition.”
I am a little disappointed that they omitted doing any beefy engine mods. Why not have a rig like this hooked up to a 700 horsepower, supercharged/turbocharged engine? It will get you to the race faster dude. Still, the fab work done for these racers looks pretty cool.
“The competition is not going to be able to hang with this truck and all the resources JGRMX and N-FAB brought to the table,” Grant said. “Our industry has a lot of unique needs, and this Tundra hits them all.”
SEMA trucks tend to look overbuilt or over-customized, the Let’s Go Moto Tundra is no exception. Still, it’s nice to see how badass the 2014 Toyota Tundra can look with a huge lift. Believe it or not, it’s lifted for a practical reason.
“To accommodate the oversized needs, the team kept the front half of the 2014 Tundra with a CrewMax cabin and swapped in an 8-foot long truck bed from another Tundra. A custom-built metal box accommodates the length of a motocross bike, plus three TV screens on doors that swing open. One TV plays off a game console so the riders have entertainment between competitions, another can play DVDs and a third displays bike engine diagnostics. A fridge, power washer, helmet dryer and space for tools, back-up gear and hydrogen tanks contribute to the functionality of the truck. Finally, the entire vehicle was lifted by nearly 12 inches to handle the rugged desert terrain where motocross events frequently occur.”
Check out this nifty 2014 Toyota Tundra video review!
To win, Grant and Brayton must beat out freestyle skier Simon Dumont with partner Oakley with the Ultimate Dream Ski 4Runner; BMX rider Drew Bezanson with partner Skullcandy and the 2014 Corolla tuned for performance and NASCAR driver Parker Kligerman with partner Kyle Busch Motorsports, who transformed a 2013 Camry into a rally car.