We have already seen the look of the new generation Toyota Tundra, at least in the performance of TRD Pro, but the company still reveals all new details ahead of the premiere. The pickup is promised to be shown before the end of this year.
In a new teaser video, we are invited to take a look at the TRD Pro suspension. Pay attention to the absence of springs. Although the current generation uses a traditional rear axle with trapezoidal multi-leaf springs. This means that, in theory, the Tundra should be able to keep up with pickups like the Raptor with its independent rear suspension. True, it is not yet clear for which specific modifications such equipment is relied on, and whether it will already be in the database.
Previously, Toyota drew our attention to Tundra’s off-road technologies. Again, for now, the TRD Pro will get a puck on the center console with four buttons around it. The unit is responsible for the selection of driving modes and activates the assistance of the assistance electronics.
There is still no official information about the equipment, except for the fact that the iForce Max engine will be registered under the hood. Presumably, it will be a turbocharged V6 from the recently debuted Toyota Land Cruiser, where it produces 415 horsepower and is mated to a 10-speed automatic transmission.