Tests spotted a 2022 Toyota Tundra pickupApril 25, 2021
Journalists from specialized publications published photos showing a camouflaged prototype of the Japanese Toyota Tundra 2022 model year. The spotted car was towing a huge trailer. The pickup will debut by the end of the year.
Fifteen years since we first saw the current-generation Toyota Tundra, the car was unveiled at the 2006 Chicago Auto Show as a 2007 model.
A video posted on The Fast Lane Truck’s Youtube channel shows a prototype of the updated version of the full-size truck. A camouflaged car that was seen in West Virginia (USA) was towing a massive trailer.
This isn’t the first time we’ve seen prototypes of Tundra pulling something huge with them. Back in October last year, photos of a test truck with a trailer were also posted, although it’s important to note that this time around the alleged Tundra is towing something that looks a lot bigger.
In terms of design, there isn’t much to report at the moment, but previous photos that surfaced in November 2020 show small changes to the truck’s faceplate, including Y-shaped LED daytime running lights, a horizontal fog lamp underneath, and a huge black false radiator grille.
There’s also a teaser video for the 2021 Tundra that kind of gave us a glimpse of the new truck style.
However, at the moment, little information is known about the new product. The next Tundra will arrive by December 2021 and will be built on the TNGA-F platform and will be powered by a twin-turbocharged V6 powerplant. The company’s plans for a hybrid powertrain are not entirely clear at the moment.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that the Toyota Crown Vellfire minivan was presented at the Shanghai Motor Show. Toyota has unveiled an updated version of its Crown Vellfire luxury minivan as part of the ongoing auto show in Shanghai, China.
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