2022 Toyota Tundra: new pic…
For the first time, we get to see the all-new 2022 Toyota Tundra uncovered.
The one pictured above is the “TRD-Pro” version. Which probably explains all the after-market-looking cheezy LED lights all over the place.
Nothing official yet, but the new Tundra is supposed to be powered by a 3.5 Liter V6 Hybrid powertrain.
While far from being as popular as the US trucks, Toyota still sold over 109 000 of them last year alone.
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I have see a few of the other pictures leaked and I'm sorry but this is a horrible mess
So an enlarged Tacoma. I actually think this is much better than the previous generation – seems to have a more athletic stance than the previous generation, which always felt very chunky to me.
I won't comment on my thoughts of the detailing – obviously need to see more trims – but I think this will sell well to its target market.
If they sold over 100k, good for them. I always wondered how this was performing even when being older than previous generation of the Detroit 3 trucks.
Wow! I gaping giant oversized grille! How creative, no one is doing that, for the last two decades /sarcasm
I christen thee… “The Blundra..“
Toyota needs to fire its head designer. This Tundra design is a hot mess. The grills on some Toyota and especially Lexus models, make even BMW laugh.
The design looks outdated. It looks like something back in 2011 being unveiled. Nothing groundbreaking.
okay i'm going to say i agree 100% with comment 2…. I think it looks better… that is a very intimidating front end, compared to the oddly beloated current one….
now the elephant in the room….
does this mean there is hope for a New Sequoia?