Toyota is set to debut a vehicle next week at the SEMA show in Las Vegas that should quicken the pulse of surfers looking for a gnarly ride. The Toyota Oakley Surf Tacoma features a purpose-built roof racking system for stowing multiple surf boards, with a modified pick-up bed containing storage space for wetsuits and other equipment. It also fits an ice chest and barbecue grill (both included), while a section of the roof rack can be used as a canopy to provide shade while you enjoy your meal alfresco. An integrated shower system allows you to wash off the ocean water before you dine. The interior is equipped with Wet Okole Hawaii custom embroidered seat covers and Kicker sound system. Under the hood, the Tacoma 4x4 is powered by a V6 engine with TRD supercharger supplying 304 horsepower. Suspension upgrades come in the shape of an Icon stage 3 lift kit, Billet top A arms and new leaf springs for added height, finished with Walker Evans matte black wheels and BF Goodrich all-terrain tires. It's all packaged in a jet black paint job giving way to splatter designs and black and white stripes, along with the Oakley "O" insignia throughout. Check out additional looks after the jump.