SEMA never fails to wow us with wild, off-the-wall builds. For the 2023 edition, Toyota brought one of the show's best with its FJ Bruiser concept, partly to mark the return of the Land Cruiser to the US market. The first step was to call Toyota Racing Development in California for a 725 horsepower, 358ci NASCAR V8 mated to a 3-speed Rancho Drivetrain Engineering transmission. Power gets to all four wheels via Currie differentials and an Atlas transfer case — the FJ Bruiser can crawl at 12 MPH at 7,000 RPMs or hit a theoretical 165 MPH at the same engine speed. A CAMSO center track mounted underneath the truck can power out of high-side situations, with Fox dampers and Eibach springs rounding out the suspension. Over all that equipment is a 1966 FJ45 pickup, with MOMO racing seats and a vintage 1968 Jackie Stewart championship steering wheel on the inside.