From the outside, the 18-month-old Toyota Sequoia doesn’t have a scratch. On the inside, not so much. A grizzly bear had quite the time trashing the inside, causing so much damage that the SUV is now totaled.
Here at Tundraheadquarters.com we are constantly trying to stamp out misinformation about the origins of the Toyota Tundra including domestic R&D operations, where it is built and where the profits go. Here is a video that explains the Toyota Tundra build process in more detail follwed by an explanation on the domestic impact of the Tundra. (SPOILER ALERT: These are American’s talking about building an American truck.)
Adrenaline junkies love it when a company finds a new way to turn their world into a playground. When you create a skateboard with tank tracks that drives like a motorcycle, you’ve got their attention. The DTV shredder is just such a device, as it combines a tracked drive system with a jet-ski like platform, resulting in a capable device that has caught the military’s attention…as well as a few civilians. Here are the specs and info you need to know:
Using a proprietary process, Audi claims that they can produce e-Diesel (a blend of diesel and ethanol) with nothing more than water, sunlight, and CO2 (air). The trick? They’ve designed a biological process that uses microorganisms to create fuel, and Audi is so Gung-Ho about this project that they’re projecting commercially viable fuel production by 2020.
Could this new biological source of fuel mean that diesel-powered trucks are our future?