The 2023 Toyota Tacoma is set to join the brand’s updated pickup lineup. The novelty will be built using the Toyota TNGA-F frame platform used in the new Tundra.
It will form the basis for future off-road versions of the 4Runner and Sequoia. In the Tacoma, the rear spring suspension must be replaced with coil springs. This will improve the car’s maneuverability on the road.
Tacoma should receive a number of design cues from the new Tundra. This applies in particular to the radiator grille, headlights and taillights. Apparently, the vehicle will be offered in body options with different cab lengths.
The new Tacoma can use a turbocharged four-cylinder power plant. A new 2.4-liter engine with 275 hp is also possible. and a hybrid option. According to representatives of Toyota, by 2025 we should expect an electrified modification of every model in the model range of the brand. The automatic transmission will be standard. Perhaps Toyota will continue to offer manual transmissions in the new Tacoma.
Auto should boast of an increased touchscreen infotainment system with standard Android Auto / Apple CarPlay wireless features. The debut of the new pickup is expected in 2022. The vehicle will be on sale by the end of the year.