Spinning the Toyos is a 5.7L Hemi backed by a Jet Performance Products transmission. With every other facet of the truck being modified, the Hemi wasn't about to get left behind. A Superchips programmer helps make the most of the CGS intake and Gibson headers and exhaust. A set of Baer brakes helps tame the extra power and rotational mass.

Inside the Mega Cab is an interior fit for a limousine. The driver (or chauffeur) is treated to a Nu Image gauge face, carbon-fiber-trimmed door panels, and an Audiovox head unit and 10-inch DVD monitor. Taking care of the route is the factory navigation system framed by more carbon fiber. Rear seat passengers each get their own Katzkin-upholstered power bucket seat that match the two up front, and a carbon-fiber-trimmed tray folds down from the back of each front seat. Each of those trays is quite a reach from the rear seats, since the Mega Cab allows for more rear legroom than the ultra-luxe Maybach that inspired this custom. Keeping with the luxury theme, the guys at RPC Motorsports also built center consoles both front and rear, with the rear housing a PS2 that displays on 7-inch Audiovox monitors in the front seat headrests. The rear console also houses the Jensen amps that power the 12-inch subs mounted behind each rear seat and another Audiovox monitor that motorizes up and faces the rear of the truck. Finally, all of the passengers get to enjoy the Webasto Grandview sunroof that opens up nearly the entire roof for a panoramic view of the sky.

LEER built this Mega Cab to showcase that its products can be used to create vehicles with limo-level comfort and outdoor ruggedness. Judging by the time we've spent with the vehicle, they've hit their mark. The folks at LEER were very happy with the quality of all of the work that went into this Mega Cab, and would like to thank Webasto, Superlift, Toyo, Amp Research, Audiovox, Gibson, Precision Grille, Reflexxion, and RPC Motorsports for making their concept come to fruition.