Toyota Tundra Monster Truck shown at SEMA image

Toyota has officially introduced two Tundra Monster Trucks at the 2014 SEMA Motor Show, in a premiere.

Toyota couldn’t stay away from the 2014th edition of the SEMA Motor Show as the company has officially introduced two Tundra based Monster Trucks during the Las Vegas automotive event. The first one is called the Hiring Our Heroes Monster Truck and it has been created by mechanics from Toyota of Wallingford and Steve Zion. The model has been created to call attention on helping veterans find employment opportunities and it has a modified frame, custom SWR wheels, nitrogen shock absorbers and a 5.7 liter V8 engine under its hood, rated at 580 HP (432 kW).

Beside the Hiring Our Heroes Monster Truck, Toyota has also pulled the wraps off the Tonka Tundra Monster Truck. This is paying tribute to emergency responders and it has a tri-color exterior with Fab-Fours bumpers, Bushwacker fender flares, a number of TRD parts such as the sports exhaust system, the supercharger, the Big Brake Kit or the air filter, 20-inch KMC wheels wrapped in 40-inch Toyo Open Country M/T tires and several other tweaks. More details on the two Toyota Tundra Monster Trucks are limited for the moment.