Toyota 4Runner Pickup Rendered

As in the mid-1980’ automakers like Ford, Chevrolet and Nissan were introducing mid-size SUVs, Toyota had to came up too with its version for the market.
Teophilus Chin Toyota 4Runner Rendering 4 photos
Photo: Theophilus Chin
2014 Toyota 4Runner Pickup renderings2014 Toyota 4Runner Pickup renderings2014 Toyota 4Runner Pickup renderings
To quickly respond to the challenge, the Japanese manufacturer took their fourth generation Toyota Hilux pickup truck and modified it a bit to accommodate a one-piece body structure with windows and removable fiberglass top over the flatbed. And that is how the Toyota 4Runner was born. The first generation had only two-doors but it had a second row of seats, but apart from this two modifications and some stronger suspension at the back, the 4Runner was pretty much like the Hilux.

Thinking of that long gone era, automotive manipulator Theophilus Chin came up with some ideas to bring back the pickup into the 4Runner’s range.

His concept, takes the actual facelifted Toyota 4Runner, stretches its wheelbase and adds a small flatbed at the rear, while still leaving space for a decent double cab in the middle.

Theophilus’ 4Runner pickup idea is not bad an a vehicle like it could find its place into the range. The only bothering thing with it might be its very long wheelbase, which can affect the pickup’s ability to go over crests in offroad.
If you liked the article, please follow us:  Google News icon Google News Youtube Instagram X (Twitter)

Would you like AUTOEVOLUTION to send you notifications?

You will only receive our top stories