SEMA part organizations have chosen the all-new Toyota Tacoma as the 2023 SEMA Best Medium size Truck of the Year. This renowned honor denotes the second time in three years Toyota has won in the Best Average size Truck classification, and three years running that Toyota items have been perceived including 2021 Medium size Truck of the Year for Tacoma; 2021 Game Reduced of the Year for GR Supra and 2022 Game Smaller of the Year for GR86. Toyota likewise was named a finalist in four separate vehicle classes for 2023.
“We congratulate Toyota and the all-new Tacoma for winning our coveted SEMA Midsize Truck of the Year,” said Mike Spagnola, president and CEO, SEMA. “The win represents Toyota’s clear commitment to producing segment-leading products that truly appeal to the consumers AND the aftermarket.”
Toyota is showing a variety of highlighted vehicles and construct ideas, alongside an assortment of creation vehicles, SUVs and trucks in its SEMA Show display (Focal Lobby, Corner No. 22200 at the Las Vegas Conference hall Oct. 31-Nov. 3, 2023). This show space further exhibits Toyota’s obligation to the auto post-retail and dedication to on-and off-asphalt execution, energy and experience.
“We are proud to receive the SEMA Midsize Truck of the Year award,” said Mike Tripp, bunch VP, Toyota Promoting. ” The SEMA Grants commend the inventiveness and personalization that play so vigorously with clients. For 2024, we have constructed a Tacoma for each individual and each way of life with the adaptability to permit clients to track down their own experience and push the limits of what’s conceivable,” Tripp expressed.
Toyota is showing seven 2024 Tacoma vehicles addressing only a couple of the numerous conceivable outcomes Tacoma offers. These stand-out ideas and specialty fabricates incorporate the Tacoma Blue Bug notwithstanding decorated forms of Tacoma TrailHunter, Tacoma TRD Star, Tacoma TRD Rough terrain and that’s just the beginning. Toyota is additionally appearing the 2024 Tacoma X-Sprinter Idea, Toyota Calty Configuration Studio’s interpretation of what a 3.4-liter twin-turbocharged V6 in a pummeled road truck could look and perform like given the adaptability presented by Tacoma’s TGNA-F item stage.