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2013 Toyota Tundra 4x4 Specifications Engine 5.7l 381 Hp V8 Horsepower @ Rpm 381 @ 5600 Rpm Torque @ Rpm 401 @ 3600 Rpm Suspension And Steering Double Wishbone Front Suspension Front Independent Suspension. Solid Live Axle Rear Suspension.Stabilizer Bar Stabilizer Bar Drive Train 4 Wheel Drive 6-speed Shiftable Automatic Brakes 4-wheel Disk Brakes 4-wheel Abs Anti Lock Brakes Interior Tilt-wheel Steering Column Power Windows Keyless Entry . A/c & Heater . Auxiliary Audio Input And Ipod/iphone Integration Am/fm Cd/ Mp3 Playback Stereo Usb Connection Bluetooth Wireless Data Link For Hands-free Phone Cruise Control . Safety Front And Rear Head Airbags. Dual Front Side-mounted Airbags Anti-theft Alarm System Tire Pressure Monitoring Daytime Running Lights Traction Control Stability Control Upgrades All Of The Parts Listed Below Are Brand New ! The Tires Are Also New And Have Less Than 500 Miles On Them ! Everything Was Professionally Installed By A Dealer. Fab Four Bumper Smittybilt Winch (8,000lb) 6 Inch Pro Comp Suspension Lift Kit Pro Comp Skid Plate Surco Roof Rack A.r.e. Camper Shell Four 7 Inch Fog Lights By Optilux Two 9 Inch 54w Led Light Bars X - Series Rims Brand New Cooper 35 Inch Tires Toyota Gps, Bluetooth, Dvd System Smittybilt Metal Grill Trd Rock Warrior Package The Vehicle Is In Excellent Working Condition
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Auto blogWed, 30 Jul 2014 14:58:00 EST
We have entered a drifting arms race. Last year, BMW smashed the Guinness World Record for the longest drift by hanging the tail out for 51.3 miles around a wet skid pad in an M5 at the BMW Performance Driving School in South Carolina. That beat the previous milestone of nearly seven miles. Now, Bimmer's record is up in smoke as well and is in the possession of a Toyota.
German driver Harald Müller pummeled the old record to drift for 89.55 miles around a 0.15-mile (235.5-meter) course in Samsun, Turkey, in a Toyota GT86 (or Scion FR-S as it's known in the US). According to the Guinness World Records website, it took him 612 laps and 2 hours, 25 minutes and 18 seconds to manage the achievement. Sit back to watch a few minutes of the German's two and a half hours behind the wheel with the tail out.
Tesla has knocked off Toyota as the biggest auto employer in the state of California, employing over 6,000 people to the Japanese company's 5,300. That lead is only likely to grow, as the EV manufacturer prepares to add another 500 jobs by the end of the year, and as Toyota begins its relocation to its new North American headquarters in Texas. The news comes barely a week after the company announced a $50 million loss during the first quarter of 2014.
Tesla's statewide employment could be set to double, beyond even 6,500 people, if it follows through on rumors to construct its eagerly awaited gigafactory in the Golden State. The $5-billion venture could add another 6,500 employees, making Tesla not just the largest automotive employer in the state, but making it one of the largest employers in the state full stop.
The investment of Tesla and its founder (and real-life Tony Stark), Elon Musk, has been substantial. The company has added 3,000 employees in the state since 2013, reopening the Toyota and General Motors joint-venture factory that use to be known as NUMMI in 2009 and constructing a design studio in Los Angeles, all in addition to its Palo Alto headquarters.
Okay, folks - it appears we've got a problem. The Toyota GT86, Europe's counterpart to our own beloved Subaru BRZ and Scion FR-S coupes, is apparently not selling too well. This, according to Toyota's European Vice President of Research and Development, Gerald Killman, is what's limiting plans for additional variants of the rear-drive coupe.
"A faster version of that car would be at the top of most people's wish lists, but like the cabriolet, it is hard to justify a business case to push either model into production based on the current sales," Killman told AutoExpress. "Personally, I think that engine could use a little bit more," he added.
More troubling is that slow sales aren't limited to the Euro-spec car, with Killman claiming that the GT86 have been missing sales targets in major markets around the globe. It may not be that the US is one of those major markets, though. Scion's Vice President, Doug Murtha, tells Autoblog that his brand is happy with the sales of its version of the GT86, the FR-S. 18,000 units were sold last year, which Murtha says is "generally in line with original expectations for the car."