The next Tundra is expected to be revealed by the end of this year. Toyota dealers, however, speaks so highly of the full-size truck even before arrival.
http://tfltruck.com/2021/03/spied-2022-toyota-tundra-prototype-shows-off-its-lights-looks-big/ this is a new spy shot they posted the other day
You and me both. I hate waiting for it, my bank account does not however. The waiting allows me to keep saving which is good because this thing will be pricey, no doubt. I was set on a Camry Hybrid but I just keep holding out for this new Tundra. Hopefully it comes soon.I'm getting sick of waiting for this thing. I hope it's the killer that rumors are making it out to be, because the anticipation grows almost every month, it seems.
I'm getting sick of waiting for this thing. I hope it's the killer that rumors are making it out to be, because the anticipation grows almost every month, it seems.
The last vehicle that was this hyped up after a long delay was the fifth gen LS, so I am hoping the Tundra comes out of the gate as a stronger execution after some lessons learned with other TNGA rollouts.
For example, the rumors of a Tundra hybrid have been swirling for 5-7 years now... and yet Ford beat them to it, and with very strong specs. Also, the EcoBoost engines aren't perfect, but at this point, Ford has the "turbo V6" thing nailed down pretty well, whereas the V35A-FTS has only been out for 3 years, and it's been "meh" in the LS.
A lot of things about the Tundra and LS are very different, but a lot of things are also very similar. If the Tundra rolls out with some sort of "Oh we did all the things and we did them our way (in a vacuum)," thinking like they did with the LS, it will be a problem. I am hoping Toyota gets it right - and more.
And the SRT brand was just disbanded by Stellantis. The fact a brand with such a high carbon footprint could last so long and have so much popularity is a shame to the American auto industry. Ford and GM are transforming their image to be more eco-conscious while FCA had close to zero investment on more efficient ICE and electrification technology, and it will bite them in the very near future. The RAM TRX and Wranger 392 are very irresponsible products released to irresponsible consumers; at some point people need to change their consumption habits. What FCA has been doing before should not be encouraged.