- toyota will share all the specs and details on the 2022 tundra pickup truck on sunday, september 19 at 9 p.m. et.
- the new truck is expected to use a twin-turbo v-6 instead of the current v-8 engine, and will feature coil springs in the rear.
- we've already seen the off-road-focused trd pro model, but on sunday, toyota will share details on all the other models.
toyota has gotten close to spilling the details on the 2022 tundra, but we'll finally know all the specs this sunday, september 19, at 9 p.m. et. the company shared a few photos of the off-road-focused trd pro model (pictured below), but soon we'll learn more about the other models along with the power, towing, payload, and other specs.
the tundra full-size pickup will be entering its third generation, and this is the first time there has been a new model since 2007. it's expected to have a new twin-turbocharged 3.4-liter v-6 engine producing upwards of 400 horsepower, and there could be a hybrid drivetrain using this six-cylinder as well to compete with the ford f-150 powerboost hybrid. the new truck also ditches the old leaf-spring rear suspension setup in favor of coil springs (much like the ram 1500), and it'll continue to use control arms up front.
some of the most significant changes will be seen inside the cabin. toyota teased an image of the trd pro model's interior, which gave a look at a massive center mounted touchscreen with apple carplay capability. it also announced that the new truck will have wireless charging, a panoramic sunroof, and its rear window will roll down just like the old truck.
check back here for everything you need to know about the 2022 toyota tundra when it's revealed in full on sunday at 9 p.m. et.