What to expect from the new cement cement floors at Toyota Tacoma

Posted October 24, 2018 07:51:07 The new cement flooring in the Toyota Tacoma is a bit of a shocker.

For years, the company has been touting the new flooring as a much more durable and environmentally-friendly alternative to the older cement floors.

But in the past few months, Toyota has been testing out a new cement version of the cement floors in the Tacoma.

The new floor is cemented with bone cement, a process which uses sand and calcium chloride to cement the cement.

“We’ve been testing a lot of different things,” said Todd Anderson, product manager for the cement product at Toyota.

“We’ve got a few different materials, we’ve got anaerobic systems that can do it, and we’ve also got a number of different types of cement.”

Toyota says it has been using the new materials for about three years, but has only tested it out in its Tacoma and Tacoma S. There are no reports of any serious injuries or property damage from using the cement floor.

The new floor has been available in different sizes and shapes for several months now, but it’s still only available in two sizes: a standard 3.5in (10cm) and a larger 3.75in (15cm) which is now available in some areas.

There are also some other changes to the new concrete flooring, including the addition of new, non-stick flooring that can be used in the cement production process.

In addition to the 3in (11cm) flooring and the 2in (7cm) concrete slab, there are now two types of concrete floors: standard cement and the more durable cement cement.

Both types of floor are made up of the same material, but the cement is treated with a special coating, which has a more durable coating that will last for years.

Both types of new concrete floors are priced at $2,500 each, but Toyota is also now offering a standard floor for $2.50.

That is an increase from $1,900 for the standard cement floor, which is just a bit cheaper than the $3,000 that Toyota previously offered.

What you need to know about cement floorsIn 2016, Toyota announced it was investing $1 billion in a plant to make the cementing needed for the new, new cement floors for the Tacoma and Toyota Camry.

That cement plant was later shut down, but a new plant was eventually built and it is now producing cement for the entire fleet.

Although the new plant has been operating in Japan, the new floors are expected to be ready in the United States in 2019.