The body-on-frame fullsize truck will be all-new for 2022.
We’ve been talking about the next-generation Tundra for a couple of years, but it was only last month when Toyota provided a first official preview of its fullsize truck. The teaser said it’s “coming soon,” but weeks later, we still don’t have an exact date about when Ford F-150’s rival will be fully revealed. Thankfully, new renderings have arrived to ease the wait until the big debut.
Coming from our Russian pals at Kolesa, the images take after Toyota’s own teaser image as well as from the latest spy shots of the revamped Tundra. Expect some significant design changes both inside and out considering the current model has been around for nearly 15 years, making it one of the oldest vehicles on sale in North America.
Earlier this year, Toyota dealers in the US were invited to have an early look at the overhauled truck, and let’s just say they were pretty pumped up. Automotive News quoted Robby Findlay, chairman of the Toyota National Dealer Advisory Council, saying: “The new Tundra is the most exciting thing we’ve had in the last five-plus years. We’re going to have best in class. I mean, we’re going to have a world beater, and it’s going to be fun to really go toe-to-toe with the domestic trucks.” For the full story, check out this article from Motor 1.