Toyota continues to share details about the next generation Tundra pickup. This time, the Japanese brand has published a photo that partially reveals the interior of the model: you can see part of the wide “floating” infotainment screen, towering above the dash, and the steering wheel with a red accent, and through the windshield you can see the black plastic covers on the hood … The third-generation Toyota Tundra will premiere before the end of summer, and the pickup will go on sale in the fourth quarter of this year.
Previously, Toyota published a snapshot showing the exterior of the car in full detail: the next Tundra will get full LED headlights with large T-shaped daytime running lights and a new radiator grille with massive crossbars. At the same time, the appearance of the TRD Pro version was confirmed, the characteristic features of which are plastic linings for the wheel arches, slots in the hood, complex disc design, “toothy” tires and additional front lighting.
There have been no official photos of the salon until today.
It is known that the new generation pickup will be based on the GA-F frame platform, on which the Toyota Land Cruiser 300 is also built, and the iForce iMax V6 gasoline engine will be included in the engine range. According to preliminary data, the six-cylinder unit will be coupled with a 10-speed gearbox with a torque converter.
Atmospheric V8 5.7, which was installed on the previous generation model, was excluded from the lineup.
The current Tundra has been rolling off the assembly line for almost 15 years. Following the Tundra, the generation will replace the Sequoia platform SUV. None of these pickups are sold in our country, but Toyota supplies the country with the Hilux model.