2022 Toyota Tundra 1st Look

It’s protected to say that Chevy, Ford and Ram are formally on notice now, thanks to teaser images, a video clip and confined information unveiled by Toyota, about its all-new, 2022 Tundra pickup.

The firm line is, “An all-new Tundra is coming before long. Reengineered with uncompromising power and loaded with state-of-the-art tech, this body-on-frame beast is keen to hit the highway roaring.” We believe that the significantly redesigned rig requires immediate aim at Silverado and Ram 1500s, and F-150s that have owned the half-ton marketplace for decades.

Per the photo, which highlights Tundra’s facelift (albeit in silhouette), it appears the rig has aggressive new headlights, 3 amber beacons that we are unable to discern, and an LED light bar in the heart of the grille, replacing “Toyota” badging which has extended-occupied that space.

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What is not seen (nevertheless) are a twin-turbocharged, 3.5L V-6 powerplant that is in all probability in the motor bay, and doable suspension alterations that include things like a departure from rear leaf springs (IRS, maybe?).

Of program, with EV on almost each manufacturer’s very shut horizon, Toyota confirms an electric Tundra will be available, as properly as a hybrid design. While information are sparse right now, we consider there will be a large amount additional info 2022 Toyota Tundra coming incredibly shortly (we are anxiously ready for an on-sale timeframe and pricing). Keep tuned to TruckTrend.com, as we give you the latest news about this remarkable new rig as soon as we learn it.