Toyota accessorizes up the Tundra TRD Pro for off-road enthusiasts
The teaser ad campaign for the next-gen Tundra seems to be unending: just when we expected the full-size pickup to debut, another video came out highlighting some of the off-road-focused tech.
The center console dial now has four buttons around it to enable various driving aids, such as terrain assist, descend assist, anti-skid system, and more. Also shown in the video is a large wireless charger niche, red perforated leather trim, TRD Pro logos on headrests, and a fragment of the digital dash. You can also see the profile of the truck in the lower half of the dash panel.
As far as the drivetrain, all we know right now is that the new Tundra will ship with an iForce Max engine under the hood. If it is the same V6 turbo that powers the Land Cruiser 300, then it should produce around 415 PS (409 hp / 305 kW).
Editor Andrew Raspopov
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