Toyota Tundra redesigned for extreme off-road use

Toyota Tundra redesigned for extreme off-road use

The Texas-based tuning shop PaxPower, known for its modifications of Ford and Chevrolet pickups, has taken on the task of upgrading the Toyota Tundra. Named Timberwolf («Forest Wolf»), the project boasts exceptional off-road capabilities thanks to a suspension from Icon Vehicle Dynamics. It includes 2.5-inch coilovers in the front and updated shocks in the rear. With improved front suspension arms, the ground clearance is increased by 51 mm in the front and 25 mm in the rear.


The modification package also includes 51-millimeter fender flares and a set of Method Race Wheels with 35-inch tires for all-terrain use.

Under the hood remains the same 3.5-liter V6 engine with twin turbocharging. The standard exhaust system was replaced with a stainless steel Magnaflow system, increasing the engine's output from 437 horsepower and 790 Nm of torque to 450 hp and 813 Nm.

The Timberwolf tuning kit is available for all 2022–2024 Tundra models, regardless of the trim level. If desired, clients of PaxPower can choose more efficient suspension components from Icon Racing Dynamics or Fox Racing.

The pickup shown in the photo is equipped with a Tundra TRD Pro front grille, a Warn winch with a lifting capacity of 26,455 kg, Baja Design lights, a 20-inch light bar, and towing hooks.

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The base Timberwolf package is priced at $9,950. The final cost will vary depending on the additional options and equipment chosen by the customer.