2022 Toyota Tundra Redesign Canada – The current Toyota Tundra is on the market for an eternity (or 13 years, to be precise). But the company finally bends the long model into the place of a new one. We know that the proposed 2021 truck will have more power, more technology, and in general, will look better than the one that replaces it. Unfortunately, the camouflaged prototypes we have seen Online have over the past few months just told us so much. So in order to be guest houses that the new Toyota Tundra can look, we have to improvise.
2022 Toyota Tundra Redesign Canada
Using the information we know about the upcoming Tundra and borrowing clues from other newer Toyota products such as the RAV4 and the Highlander, we are able to visualize what we believe to be the upcoming Toyota to see (with a few help from Photoshop). And frankly, if it looks something like this, fans of the truck brand should be happy.
At the front, our concept lends clues of current Toyota products. The ornamental grid is a clear nod to the current Tacoma TRD Pro, while the truck’s headlights reminds of the RAV4, but enlarged and better shaped to fit effortlessly on the Tundra. And from what we can be distracted from the clothing, wheels and side profile, this 2021 Tundra delivery can realistically preview the edgy truck we expect from Toyota.
What you can’t see in this solitary concept, though, is that underneath the hood. We already know that the new Toyota Tundra will probably use a twin-Turbo 3.5-litre hybrid V6 (borrowed from Lexus) well for up to 450 horsepower (335 kilowatts). There can also be a Tundra hybrid, and add an electrical assistance to the same engine.
We do not know when Toyota will show the new Tundra, but like the current model, that the truck should have a long life cycle lined with trim levels such as the current 1794 edition, TRD Pro, and many others. Here hope the full size bakkie comes sooner rather than later.
Toyota Tundra has definitely earned the reputation as a truck people can count on. It seldom breaks down, it does the job it’s asked to do, and looks good as well.
However, like most good things, the Tundra in need of change. There is nothing wrong with the present generation, but it has not actually been redesigned since 2007. Sure, it has had some rebooting years, but fans and enthusiasts are ready for the next big Tundra to roll down the assembly line.
2022 Toyota Tundra Hybrid
Currently Toyota Tundra is powered by the combination of a 5.7-litre V8 engine and a 6-speed electronically controlled automatic transfer. It produces 381 horsepower and 401 lb.-ft. torque. Tundra carries with it fuel estimates of 13 city/18 Highway/15 combined for 4×2 trucks and 13 city/17 Highway/14 combined for 4×4.
Many insiders feel the V8 engine will be replaced with a V6 Twin Turbo engine. Also, there are enough rumors about car water coolers to know there will be a hybrid option available as well.
A hybrid will certainly increase the gas mileage in a next-Gen Tundra. This will lead more than likely to higher lower end torque as well.
This idea of combining a gasoline engine with an electric motors hardly some, while others are excited to see the potential benefits it can bring.
Fans comments on Tundra hybrid
I wrote previous stories about a potential Tundra hybrid alternative. For me that was even more interesting was the reaction of Tundra owners and supporters.
Tracy has some details in mind. “Drag capacity in the 3 000-pound range as I am much more likely to go a yard of dirt than pull over 7k pounds. Make no sense to me that their trucks can pull 5-6 tons but can’t drag 2K pounds. MPG close to 30 as many of us use our vehicles for commuting and want to 6.5-foot bed with crew Max, as 5.5 are borderline useless. “
Doug is on board for a hybrid. “I agree that increased wage load is critical. I will not sell me to wear until a hybrid comes available. “
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“I just want to see what the thing will look like. I have been watchfully on the next Gen for a year and are willing to wait another year when she looks good. Have a 2014 Crew cab 5.7 and trade it in and REGRET it! But before I go back to the current GENESIS I want to see what is coming. So come, someone licks that prototype is shown to choose Traders, I have to know if the wait will be worth it. Comments will.
Dean M has some detailed thoughts. “Toyota has a very solid plan to set the world to move EVs at offering hybrid versions or most models forward. They are also taking a smarter approach in making the hybrid option as much about strength gains than economy gains. They need to send potential buyer’s thoughts away from a Tundra with a Prius drivetrain, and more in the direction of “faster-than-gas ” EVs like Tesla build. “
Had entered into more detail. “When announcing the 2021 RAV4 plug-in hybrid Toyota first said that it would be the most powerful RAV4 building so far. The better fuel economy is already implied by a hybrid model. And as they just offered that a powerful hybrid drivetrain in the Tundra it will likely be a sales success, especially sea how little the hybrid option costs on other Toyota hybrid models today.
I couldn’t agree more Dean with you.
“The hybrid system for Toyota has been bone out since 1999 and groups in The states that start in 2001. The technology is there that we only need to pit in a truck. “Toyman chimed in.
How about a 4Runner hybrid
KC wants to expanded hybrid use. “We need to wear a hybrid tun, hybrid Sequoia, and especially a hybrid 4Runner. Those who are against it are living in the past. We can still have gas-only as an option. But The reality is that the power we want to get with the fuel use efficiency we need hybrids is the future.
David had it to say. “Shift to a higher number of gears will help and electrification will be OK. Mentioned in another forum to use the country Cruiser Motor/Transfer get HP and mileage. Hope This is what Toyota has planned. The Light hybrid will not hurt (more torque and a little better mpg ours). “
Charles wrote. “I think most Truck buyers are afraid of change. If the Tundra is a V6 Turbo with hybrid technology and gets 30 mpg, TOWs 13 000 LBS. Plus has Toyota reliability it will be a break hit, a game changer.
“One friend of mine who already owns a Tundra awaits the new model. Yet He said he wouldn’t buy a hybrid, because he wouldn’t for it to break into the mountains when they hunt. The Toyota Hybrid technology is fantastic. I have never heard or their system simply fail. I hear Toyota now believe that their batteries will last approximately 30 years, more recently they have increased their warranty on hybrid system up to 10 years, at least groups with trucks in Canada. “Comment Dean.
Have You been watchfully for the next big thing in a Toyota Tundra? If So, do you want to consider a Tundra hybrid version? If So, what calls on you about the idea? If you would never think about getting a hybrid truck, what reasons do you have for this? This could be a great topic for a future story.
Also, what do you hope the next-Genesis Tunwear have as far as safety, technology, comfort, power supply and styling? Thank you for reading all. See your next story when I plugins the Moon Rock and cement for TRD pro colors.