For the most part, all shock absorbers look alike; but when it comes to performance, they can be distinctly different. Case in point, the FOX 2.5 Internal Bypass shocks tuned by TRD that come on the 2017 Tacoma TRD Pro—they are unlike any other shock on the market. Why? Because the engineers from TRD and FOX worked side-by-side, mile-after-mile, for over two years as they developed the ideal shock absorbers for both on- and off-road performance.
FOX, like Toyota, is a performance-driven company, and once you take a 2017 Tacoma TRD Pro for a spin, you’ll know exactly what we mean. Let’s take a closer look...Find Out More
Few events match the prestige and pedigree of The Pikes Peak International Hill Climb. It’s been run 94 times over the past 100 years, and to mark its 100th anniversary, the race organizers invited 5-time winner Rod Millen and the 1994 Celica GT AWD Turbo back to the site of his record-breaking run.Find Out More
The Toyota TRD Pro Family is changing what it means to be a “stock” vehicle. This year the family is returning to three models with the addition of the all-new 2017 TRD Pro Tacoma. Charging deep into the most treacherous terrain that the world has to offer, TRD Pro created a ferocious machine, with as much comfort as muscle. Find out what it means to be a Pro.Find Out More
From the early days of TRD to the development of the legendary 86 and Scion’s game changing xB, TRD and Scion share an interconnected past that’s consistent in it’s influence. Radical style, innovative performance and execution are the family tradition. With new models like the iA and iM, and having TRD parts developed alongside, the storied collaboration is continuing to open the throttle and give it some gas.Find Out More
Fresh off winning the stock class in the Baja 1000, Toyota drivers Andy Bell and Ryan Millen headed to Chile to tackle some of the toughest terrain in the world—off-roading on the side of active volcanos!Find Out More
Want to get away from the grind? Follow along as we explore Moab behind the wheel of a Tacoma 4WD that was transformed by Nicole Pitell-Vaughn, co-owner of TOTAL CHAOS Fabrication in Corona, California, into a long-travel, rock-crawling, high-performance machine. If you go, check out the Moab Information Center at the corner of Main and Center Streets—they have trail guides and drive maps.Find Out More