The new 2022 Tundra, which rides on the revolutionary TNGA-F body on frame architecture, is a welcome replacement for the current 14-year-old model. The overall design is more boxy and muscular than before, with a big grill, LED lights front and back, and even more enhanced TRD PRO aesthetics. Toyota went all out on the specs, including 2.5in internal bypass fox shocks, TRD springs, special TRD stabilizer bars, skid plates, LED front light bar, crawl control, and a slew of other goodies.
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Two new V6 powertrains are available for the 2019 Tundra. The 3.5L TT V6 produces 389HP and 479 lb-ft of torque (649NM), while the new i-Force MAXPowertrain combines a TT V6 with a hybrid system and electric motor to provide 437HP and 583 lb-ft of torque (790NM) when partnered with a 10-speed automatic transmission. The non-hybrid V6 should be able to pull roughly 12,000 pounds, which is less than competitors such as the F150, Silverado, and 1500. Power can be routed to either the rear or all four wheels.
A coil spring multi-link suspension is also standard on the new Tundra. Inside, there’s a lower dashboard, an 8-inch or 14-inch infotainment system with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Alexa, and more. Toyota’s new Safety Sense 2.5 systems, including adaptive cruise, will be standard on all new Tundras. Although no pricing has been announced, we do know that there will be no normal cab Tundra, with the only options being a Double Cab or CrewMax.
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