Images leaked online could preview details of the next-generation Toyota Tundra, to take full advantage of the incessant demand for pick-up trucks in North America.
If genuine, the image could reveal the exciting new styling of the 2022 Toyota Tundra’s headlamps, a radical departure from the outgoing generation in terms of design.
The unique silhouette of the headlights of the supposed new Toyota Large Pick-Up shows a pattern in the shape of a “T” that incorporates the daytime running lights and side air intakes between the lights and the grille, increasing airflow.
Similarly, the huge and prominent grille of the upcoming Toyota Tundra 2022 is visible, with large horizontal elements that add to the robust character of the Pick-Up.
Among the rest of the leaked images, there is some very low resolution that shows the back of the new Toyota Tundra 2022, sporting huge vertical skulls.
These skulls add to the current trend with luminous elements in the shape of a “C” towards the side, at the same time that it boasts the typical triple lights of wide vehicles on the top of the tray.
The widened rear fenders add another auxiliary light with a large space in the wheel arch, so it could be an off-road version, like the TRD Pro that would come to compete with the next Lobo Raptor.
As if that were not enough, our spy glasses have managed to capture the new 2022 tundra in tests before its launch, confirming different visual elements that we can see in these leaks.
This has given digital designers a lot of material, to give us a premature glimpse of what Toyota’s new large Pick-Up could be, scheduled to make its debut in 2021, as a 2022 model.
Now, Toyota could release a platform with this new truck, which could be shared with the new generation of the Sequoia, but also with the next Tacoma.
If so, the new catalog of future Toyota Pick-Ups could offer a more generous space inside, equipped with the latest technology, with a 12.3-inch touch screen, connection with Android Auto and Apple Carplay, Amazon Alexa, and 4G LTE with WiFi onboard.
In terms of mechanics, Toyota will likely decide to include in its catalog a hybrid variant, powered by a 450 hp 3.5l Twin-Turbo V6, to compete directly with the new Ford Lobo PowerBoost.
At the same time, this new engine could replace the current 4.6 and 5.7-liter V8s available today, although the brand will surely confirm this later.