2023 Toyota Tundra Redesign
2023 Toyota Tundra Redesign– Toyota is almost ready to show the new version of the full-size Tundra, as evidenced by the spy photos and leaked images of this new pickup truck. The Toyota Tundra 2022 will mark the truck’s first full redesign since 2007 when it increases in size in a bid to better compete with domestic full-size trucks from Ford, Chevy, and Ram. and of course this is a very exciting thing because the 2023 Toyota Tundra redesign will definitely be even more perfect in the future.
Below is a review for the 2022 Toyota Tundra, in hopes of satisfying fans of the 2023 Toyota Tundra redesign.
Above, we’ve put together a spy photo showing a disguised Tundra prototype and a leaked photo of an unclosed Tundra headlight to imagine what the front end would look like. It appears to have a magnificent grille and interestingly shaped headlamps. Not much is visible from the rear in the spy photo, but the prototype pictured looks like a crew-cabin model with a short bed.
We’ve previously speculated that the skirt covering the underbody might hide a new suspension setup, perhaps coil springs, air springs, or even independent rear suspension. These photos also show a six-wheeled wheel.
Toyota Tundra Engine
The new Tundra will also feature major under-the-hood changes, as the twin-turbo 3.5-liter V-6 engine will likely replace the current model’s naturally aspirated 5.7-liter V-8 as the top engine choice. The V-6 makes 416 hp and 442 lb-ft of torque in the Lexus LS500 luxury sedan, but will definitely be tuned differently for trucking applications. A hybrid version of the powertrain could also be offered to compete with the new F-150 2021 hybrid.
Toyota has yet to officially confirm the existence of the new Tundra 2022, but a spokesperson told C / D, “Full-size pickup trucks remain an important segment for Toyota and our customers, and although we can’t confirm product details going forward, we are still excited to what’s to come. ”Look for more information soon about this new pickup entry, which we expect to debut in the next few months.
This is almost certainly the end of an era when it comes to Tundra V8 power. The new powertrain on the Tundra 2022 pickup will most likely use a V6 paired with hybrid battery technology. This opens the door wide to the opportunity for the Tundra to experience a little bit of growth. But where one door opens, the other closes tightly. So Toyota’s biggest marketing ploy right now is to get your V8 fast, while you still can. And it just might work.
The 2021 Toyota Tundra pickup truck struggle
The 2021 Tundra will get… not at all new. Well, except for the fancy new ‘nightshade’ and ‘trail’ editions. Sales of half-tonne Toyota pickup trucks in 2020 and 2021 will be hard hit until the next generation hits production. Marketing it on a V8 alone would only sell so many trucks. Sales for the Toyota Tundra will suffer, but we feel like things will pick up again after that 2022 release.