Toyota has recently unveiled the SpongeBob Highlander Tanked Edition at SEMA. Essentially a mobile aquarium, the Highlander has been equipped with an 800 gallon (3028 liter) tank that was custom designed by Tanked stars Wayde King and Brett Raymer.
The tank has been well fitted behind the front seats and holds “about 115 individual fish” including starfish, squirrelfish, Fiji foxface, flame angel, clownfish and pilot fish. To keep them safe, the tank features a custom filtration system that has a UV filter, a sterilizer, a temperature regulator and an overflow system.
According to King he and Brett love the challenge of designing aquariums in every shape and size and they were pretty happy when they got the opportunity to bring living art like this to SEMA. He further added that the teams at Toyota and Nickelodeon gave them great platforms in the Highlander and SpongeBob SquarePants to create something fun and inspiring for fans, the outcome of which is pretty visible.
The build process will be shown on an upcoming episode of Tanked and it is expected to air sometime in March next year. The idea is superb and the fish tank also looks amazing. We have to say that creativity really has no limits and we have come across just such instance.