The new full-size truck from Toyota looks aggressive, in this version at least.
The first photos of the 2022 Toyota Tundra have surfaced online. The first batch was allegedly leaked from a virtual reveal for dealers, however, Toyota later revealed an official image of the truck on Twitter.
— Toyota USA (@Toyota) June 18, 2021
From what we can see, the 2022 Tundra adopts a much more athletic persona, with the TRD Pro version’s aggressive nose stuffed with LED lights. The styling lines up with the darkened teaser image Toyota released last month that depicted the front end with its lights ablaze. Also, our earlier rendering of the new truck seems rather close, if we do say so ourselves.
So far there are no photos of the truck’s interior, nor of any Tundra models beneath the off-road-focused TRD Pro trim pictured here. (In today’s Tundra lineup, the TRD Pro sits near the top of the heap and includes upgraded shocks, a suspension lift, and special styling elements.) The new Tundra will be formally revealed to the world—not just screengrab-itchy dealers—later this year.
More details, including what powertrains will live under the Toyota’s hood (there will be at least two new ones, we’ve been told), interior specifications and upgrades, and more have yet to come to light, but with Toyota’s teaser machine in full swing, you can bet this isn’t the end of the Tundra’s long-awaited roll-out. In other words, stay tuned for more.