The truck’s side profile “inadvertently” shows up on the digital driver’s display.
Featured in an unprecedently long teaser campaign, the 2022 Tundra is back in yet another official preview showing the rugged TRD Pro trim level. Toyota goes inside its revamped fullsize pickup to give us an idea about what sort of technology off-road enthusiasts will be able to use with the next-generation model.
The rotary dial is surrounded by four buttons: MTS (Multi-Terrain Select), DAC (Downhill Assist Control) / Crawl, Tow / Haul (it holds the lower gears longer for more pulling power), and the self-explanatory Drive Mode. Toyota’s short teaser clip also reveals the fairly large wireless charging pad along with the red perforated leather upholstery with “TRD Pro” stitching on the backrests.
The video is interesting for another reason as it briefly shows what seems to be the fully digital instrument cluster. Toyota wants us to check out what happens on the screen when DAC / Crawl is activated, but look slightly lower and you can observe the 2022 Tundra’s side profile almost in full. We took a screenshot to make the truck’s silhouette easier to see in its TRD Pro guise with the CrewMax body style and bulging wheel arches. For the full story, check out this article from Motor 1.