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News 2023 Toyota Tundra Pics Leak From Dealer Presentation

2023 Toyota Tundra Pics Leak From Dealer Presentation

New Tundra leaks from online presentation

  • The new Tundra is leaking and looks hot

  • Expect new Toyota pickup next year


It’s been a very long time since Toyota revealed an all-new Tundra, and that makes the upcoming one ultra hot. Among the first to see it were a group of Toyota dealers in an online presentation and it looks like at least one participant was kind enough to leak the photos for us to find.

The photos of the new Toyota Tundra were posted to Tundras.com (via pickuptruck.com) as well as other social media sites and they give us the best look at the new Toyota Tundra we’ve seen so far.

Up front is a prominent LED light bar in the middle of a heritage-look grille with massive Toyota letters and center clearance lamps. LED headlights and fog lights sit around the grille. At the back are more clearance lights and, in this particular truck, a stamped TRD Pro logo (because this is clearly a TRD Pro-spec truck).

From the side it doesn’t look much different from the current truck, but there is more aggressive surfacing. Especially around the wheel wells. The TRD Pro shows off a set of power running boards folded up close to the body of the pickup.

Clearance lights are mandatory once a vehicle gets wider than 80-inches. That meanss that either this Tundra is extra wide or Toyota is doing it just to get some of the same cool looks as the Ford Raptor and Ram TRX. They’re both that wide, so this Tundra is likely wide as well.

The full reveal comes later this year, and while this is a great first look we expect Toyota to trickle out. This, though, has us excited for the next steps in the reveal.

 

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