This is the Hilux SRS. If you want to convert your Hilux into a similar machine, you can do it through Leisure Wheels Customs and save R10 000. More information here.
Class T cross-country champion Jason Venter drove the Hilux SRS and says, “This is the first time I drove the 2.4GD-6, and although I’ve heard other people say how well it goes, I never imagined it would be as strong as it proved to be. The torque really surprised me. It sounds like my first 3.0KZ-TE off-road rally bakkie, too, so I enjoyed that. Working for 4×4 Mega World, I obviously know the BP-51 suspension set-up well. If you plan on travelling at 160km/h over rough terrain, the current settings on the SRS bakkie will be great. If you’re planning to drive a bit slower I’d suggest adjusting the rebound and damping for a more comfortable ride. The looks? I like it. The GT stripes, the red detailing on the rims, it looks a lot better than a standard SRX, that’s for sure. But it’s also not over the top.”