Sorry to get your hopes up, but this modded out beauty that was on display at the 2014 SEMA Show isn’t exactly for sale. The brain child of celebrity chef Tim Love, this rig is best suited to entertain in the great outdoors, and can simultaneously put your neighbour’s Coleman grill and home entertainment system to shame.
Tim’s idea of a party is equipping a Toyota Tundra with a Solaire 27″ infrared grill capable of producing upwards of 24,000 BTUs of raw, meat grilling energy.
What’s the point of being able to cook enough steaks to feed a defensive line if you don’t have the suds to wash them down? This rig has the solution: two beer taps from which comes forth the frothy golden elixir that is your favourite brew. Other culinary amenities include several cutting boards (because SOMEONE will want vegetables) and multiple cold storage coolers.
Once the cooking is done, the entertaining can begin; this Tundra comes fully loaded to handle any party situation. The Rockford Fosgate audio system boasts 6 speakers, 2 subwoofers, and 3 amplifiers. Gather your buddies around to watch the big game on 3 Samsung LED televisions or host an outdoor video game tourney with the brand new Playstation 4 (the PS4 is not pictured, but trust us, it’s there).
The “outdoor kitchen” is made possible via the use of a telescoping tailgate , providing ample room to prepare meals of epic proportions, in fact the only thing standing in your way is the biblical-sized horsefly plague grandma’s blue ribbon sauce recipe is sure to attract.
While this vehicle is more likely to boost the communal “WOW” factor whilst in park, this Tundra has also been given some pretty meaty (pun intended) upgrades. Of note, 22″ DPR wheels nestled within 33″ Toyo mud tires, a Ready Lift 2″ leveling kit, N-FAB nerf bars and Rigid Industries LED lighting round off the performance pieces. Additional enhancements include Bushwacker fender flares and a Thule roof rack system.
Would this vehicle cost a small fortune to duplicate? Of course (unless you’re Tim Love) – the only real question that matters is whether your beloved dad deserves his very own drivable barbeque…