3rd Generation Toyota Tundra (2022+) Master Thread

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I like Cement much more than Lunar Rock. Lunar Rock has a green tinge to it that I’m not particularly fond of. Lunar Rock looks good on the Tacoma, but I’d chose other colors for the rest of the lineup. I really like Incognito, and I wish Incognito made it to Toyota lineup.

I’m surprised Army Green is gone. That seemed to be a pretty popular color around where I live. My favorite color on the 4Runner too.
 

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  • The Tundra 1794 Limited Edition boasts a unique ultra-premium leather interior
  • Enhanced off-road capability is achieved with FOX shocks and a 1.1” lift
  • Black-out exterior accents and an exclusive stamped tailgate elevate the exterior style
  • Only 1,500 of these special edition units will be built
  • Standard i-FORCE MAX powertrain produces 437 hp, 583 lb.-ft.

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  • The Tundra 1794 Limited Edition boasts a unique ultra-premium leather interior
  • Enhanced off-road capability is achieved with FOX shocks and a 1.1” lift
  • Black-out exterior accents and an exclusive stamped tailgate elevate the exterior style
  • Only 1,500 of these special edition units will be built
  • Standard i-FORCE MAX powertrain produces 437 hp, 583 lb.-ft.

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That is gorgeous. I am still upset that the Tundra doesn't offer some of the tech that the Tacoma does or massaging seats like it's competitors but the leather here looks really good.

I was wondering - There was a rumor about a Tundra Prime before. What happened to that? Any chance we might see that on a refresh?
 
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@Gecko is going to trade both his Taco and GX460 for that Tundra. It looks killer though

If I had a bigger garage, I would definitely trade in the Tacoma for a Tundra... but alas... I don't and the Tacoma barely fits in my garage (back when it was allowed 😂).
 
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If I had a bigger garage, I would definitely trade in the Tacoma for a Tundra... but alas... I don't and the Tacoma barely fits in my garage (back when it was allowed 😂).
Shame!
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In factory trim, the base i-FORCE engine produces 389 peak horsepower at 5,200 rpm and 479 lb-ft. of torque at 2,400 rpm,” said Greg Bernas, vice president, Toyota Service Parts and Accessories Development. “The TRD Performance Package increases power output to 421 horsepower at 5,200 rpm, while peak torque comes on 400 rpm sooner, delivering 479 lb-ft. of torque at 2,000 rpm, broadening the torque band and significantly improving power delivery at throttle tip in,” Bernas said. “On the i-FORCE MAX Tundra, the kit boosts horsepower from 437 to 469.

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This is basically a high octane tune similar to the LC300/LX600. The peak torque is at the same rpm as those two.

The slight power advantage is probably because American premium fuel is 97RON while international markets premium is 95RON.
 

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What they didn't mention is the new tune will also increase torque to 820N.m (606 lb.ft) because there is now more overlap between the ICE's and motor's torque.
Factory option for 421hp on the standard Tundra and 469hp for the iForceMAX... amazing.

LX 600 needs this tune stock. Can LX 700h crack 500hp though please?
With the RX500h's bipolar NiMH battery it is possible. But that battery also only has 1.44kWh capacity when the 1.87kWh on current Tundra is already too little.