Thanks to social media, you'll often see wild renderings of vehicles on the internet made by skilled artists around the world. However, most of the time they don't make it to reality. That's because the possibilities in renderings are limitless. More importantly, designers are not bound by the physical limitations that a car needs to have in real life. Safe to say, you can let your imagination run free. Over fenders on a Ferrari F40? Widebody Pagani? All of that is possible... in the digital world at least.

Check out this Toyota truck rendering by Fil-Am designer Jon Sibal image

However, there are times that these renderings do make it into reality. One of which is this Toyota Tacoma pickup truck rendered by Filipino-American designer Jon Sibal. This particular Tacoma was designed by Jonsibal for Toyota Racing and the Deberti father-son duo. It was also showcased at the 2019 SEMA show.


Check out this Toyota truck rendering by Fil-Am designer Jon Sibal image

The Tacoma in the renderings are finished in satin black and features a wild aero setup. Rather than being lifted, the Tacoma has been slammed to the ground and fitted with a really wide body kit. The fenders help fit the wide chunky wheel and tire combo for more grip. Meanwhile, the front end has been redesigned with a new bumper and splitter combo. At the rear, there's a massive diffuser paired with a hug body-mounted (tailgate in this case) wing. There's also a roof scoop that channels air into the truck bed.

Check out this Toyota truck rendering by Fil-Am designer Jon Sibal image

It's not the most practical pickup truck, but it certainly looks mean and wild. According to the truck's Instagram page, it also packs a modified version of TRD's NASCAR V8 under the hood which supposedly produces 900 horsepower. This V8 helps match the truck's look with the performance to go by.

Aside from this cool Tacoma, Jon Sibal is also the one responsible for Car Porn Racing's widebody Black Manta Corvette. If you want to check out other cool renderings made by the Fil-Am designer, you can check out his Instagram or Facebook page