2014 Toyota Tundra Raybestos Rattlesnake on 2040-cars
Gresham, Oregon, United States
Body Type:Double Cab
Interior Color: Black
Number of Cylinders: 8
Trim: SR5 Double Cab
Drive Type: Automatic
Options: 4-Wheel Drive, CD Player
Safety Features: Driver Airbag, Passenger Airbag
Exterior Color: White
Power Options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows
Rattlesnake Tundra custom built for the 2013 SEMA show. Rattlesnake wrap artwork by tattoo artist Corey Miller. $65,000 worth of extras on this truck. Excellent Condition. NAV, Satellite Radio, Back-Up Camera, Bed Liner, Tow Hitch, 4x4. MUST SEE!
KEY FEATURES INCLUDE
5.7 liter engine with TRD Supercharger, intercooler, cold air intake, TRD stainless steel exhaust (510 HP) Custom-fabricated and boxed severe-duty control arms with Raybestos professional grade ball joints. .
SR5 UPGRADE PACKAGE: urethane tilt/telescopic 4-spoke steering wheel, front console box w/3 cupholders and replaces standard equipment column shifter w/center console urethane gated shift lever, HomeLink Universal Transceiver, Compass, Auto-Dimming Rearview Mirror, Anti-Theft Immobilizer w/Alarm, Front Bucket Seats, 8-way power adjustable driver's seat w/power lumbar support and 4-way manual adjustable front passenger seat. Raybestso racing NASCAR intermediate brake package. Including calipers, rotors and race pads. Dick Cepek 20x8.5 gun metal wheels and Mickey Thompson tires. Fox off-road performance shocks and reservoir system and Deaver rear leaf springs. Navigation, 4x4, Back-Up Camera
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Auto blogFri, 18 Apr 2014
The path to become a racing driver is a difficult one. It requires starting early, with karts, and then building up through the years and if you're really, really good (and really, really lucky), a team will notice you and sign you up. Or, you know, you could just become really good at Gran Turismo, and beat out other like-minded fanatics for a seat in the GT Academy.
The racing school, which culls its students from the ranks of Gran Turismo players has already pumped out successful racers, most notably, Lucas Ordoñez, who has a second and third-place finish under his belt at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. With the 2014 GT Academy kicking off April 21 and running through June 16, you could have a chance to be the next Ordoñez.
That won't be easy, though. We recently had a playthrough on GT6 the proper way - with a racing seat, pedals and a steering wheel, complete with column-mounted paddles. (Our setup looked just like the one you see above, though that image is from E3.) In other words, it was as close to driving an actual car as most console games can get.
A number of automakers are working on developing fully autonomous cars, but it looks like the groundwork for such technologies will likely show up first as semi-autonomous systems for both safety and convenience. Following recent announcements from Nissan and Ford in this area, Toyota has now released information for some of its advanced semi-autonomous technologies that could be offered in production cars over the next few years.
On the safety front, Toyota's new pre-collision system with pedestrian-avoidance steering assist is aimed at protecting the folks who aren't in the car. This system combines visual and audible alerts with automatic brake assist and automatic steering. If warnings don't get the driver to slow down, the brake assist kicks in if a collision is very likely, but if that is still not able to avoid the impending collision (and if there is enough room to do so), the car can automatically steer itself around the pedestrian. This sounds most beneficial for last-second dangers such as a person accidently stepping out into the road in front of a car. Toyota hopes to have this technology available to customers by 2015.
The Japanese automaker is also testing a suite of technologies called Automated Highway Driving Assist (AHDA). The key part of this is a new adaptive cruise control system that uses vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communications rather than a radar-based system. This cooperative-adaptive cruise control allows vehicles to communicate their acceleration and deceleration data with other cars, which Toyota says this helps to improve fuel efficiency and traffic flow. Also a part of AHDA is the Lane Trace Control feature, which sounds like a next-gen lane keep assist. This system uses cameras, radar and a computer to keep the vehicle in a "smooth driving line" by being able to change steering angle, engine torque and braking force. Toyota says this technology could be in place by the "mid-2010s."
MIT Technology Review, a magazine all about innovation, has announced its list of the 50 most disruptive companies in 2013, and both Audi and Toyota made the cut. While the term "most disruptive" may carry a negative connotation in most uses (especially in the classroom), the acknowledgement in this case is an accolade, signifying that the company is at the forefront of its industry. In a nutshell, a disruptive company is a business whose innovations force other businesses to alter their strategic direction.
Audi made the list for "pushing autonomous cars closer to fruition with a laser-scanning road detector that fits in a vehicle's front grille," and Toyota for "expanding its dominance of the hybrid-car market with its new plug-in version of the Prius." Click on the image above to be taken to the original graphic at MIT Technology Review, where clickable colored squares reveal information about each of the 50 winners, compiled from a variety of industries.