- the 2022 toyota tundra's hybrid powertrain is a $3400 option on the limited, platinum, and 1794 edition models.
- the trd pro model (starting at $68,500) and the new top-of-the-line capstone, which starts at $75,225, are both hybrid only.
- called iforce max, the pickup truck's hybrid setup generates 437 horsepower and is epa rated up to 22 mpg combined.
want a hybrid version of the 2022 toyota tundra full-size pickup truck? the newly introduced powertrain (called iforce max) is a $3400 option on select models, and it comes standard on the off-road-ready trd pro and top-of-the-line capstone models.
with toyota finally revealing prices as well as full fuel-economy ratings, we now know that it's less expensive to buy a hybrid tundra than a hybrid ford f-150. an f-150 king ranch hybrid pickup starts at $61,305, which is nearly $11,000 more than the tundra's $50,595 entry point. that's for a rear-wheel-drive limited model with the standard 5.5-foot cargo bed. while it's possible to upgrade to the longer, 6.5-foot box, the hybrid is only available on models with the crewmax cab. the platinum and 1794 edition hybrids start at $62,085 and $62,785, respectively.
unlike those trim levels, the trd pro and the capstone are only offered as hybrids with all-wheel drive. the former costs $68,500 and the latter stickers for $75,225. in addition to their individual styling and features, they benefit from the hybrid powertrain's extra power and fuel efficiency. we tested a trd pro that hit 60 mph in 5.7 seconds and finished the quarter-mile in 14.5 seconds at 92 mph.
the iforce max features a twin-turbo 3.4-liter v-6 with an electric motor integrated into the 10-speed automatic transmission. the setup generates a combined 437 horsepower and 583 pound-feet of torque. the epa rates rear-drive hybrid models at 22 mpg combined; that estimate drops to 20 mpg on all-wheel-drive examples.