PCOR Announces Accessories for the Toyota Tacoma

Photo By: Expedition Overland / PCOR

PCOR, manufacturer of high-quality tray and canopy systems (and sister company to Patriot Campers) on the Gold Coast of Australia, just announced a full line of accessories developed specifically for the Toyota Tacoma mid-sized truck in the US market.

PCOR Tray Bed and Three-Quarter Canopy. Photo by Expedition Overland | Image by PCOR

The launch of these products coincides with the release of Expedition Overland’s latest Alaska adventure featuring XO’s newest Toyota Tacoma build – sporting a PCOR Tray and three-quarter (3/4) canopy. You can see the new PCOR products and follow XO’s journey in their five-part series, The Last Frontier, on YouTube.

The PCOR Tray for the Toyota Tacoma

3/4 shot of the PCOR Tray for the Toyota Tacoma.
PCOR Tray for the Toyota Tacoma | Image by PCOR

The PCOR Tray for the Toyota Tacoma has been specifically designed to the vehicle. The tray molds around the cab for an aesthetically pleasing finish. The customized dimensions for each individual vehicle work to maintain the vehicle’s approach angles and take advantage of the maximum usable tray space.

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Constructed from lightweight powder-coated aluminum, these tray beds allow for greater carrying capacities and are lighter than most standard and aftermarket alternatives. Materials are sourced in Australia and constructed to Australian manufacturing standards.

Central locking storage areas built into PCOR Tray Beds provide ample space to store your gear securely. Ideal for tools, compressors, 4×4 recovery gear, and more. The tray comes standard with a 70-liter water tank and an easy-to-access tap to keep hydrated on your journey.

PCOR 3/4 Canopy for the Toyota Tacoma

View of the gull wing doors open on the PCOR 3/4 Canopy.
PCOR 3/4 Canopy | Image by Expedition Overland/PCOR

PCOR® 3/4 Canopies are a complete canopy application for serious touring vehicles looking for a storage solution for their off-road rigs.

Equipped with a complete electronics suite, PCOR 3/4 Canopies are ready for any off-the-grid adventure. The electronics system features a 1500 watt inverter, a 150AH battery, REDARC battery management system, 2x USB ports, and 2x 12V ports.  The canopy plugs straight into your vehicle’s central locking, making it easy to unlock the canopy with a push of the button. PCOR 3/4 Canopies are fitted with a full LED lighting suite, including exterior lights and automatic door-open lighting.

Optionally, you can add the PCOR Slide Out Kitchen giving you easy access to a portable sink and a removable two-burner stove while providing plenty of pantry space. An optional fold-down ladder to access the roof storage is also available. At the rear of the PCOR® 3/4 Canopy, tire mounts can be optioned on to carry two spare tires. These mounts finish within the proximity of the tray bed to improve loading capacity, articulation, and towing. 

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If you aren’t tired of looking at this beautiful rig already, here are a few more shots of the Expedition Overland Toyota Tacoma featuring the PCOR Tray Bed and Three-Quarter Canopy.

You can purchase PCOR products in the US at Exploration Outfitters (or see them in person at our 2022 Overland Expo events.)

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