Toyota’s dropped a few hints about the all-new Tundra’s latest features.
The Tundra’s exterior appearance was leaked a few weeks ago.
The all-new 2022 Tundra arrives this fall.
Over the last two months, Toyota’s fed the interwebs with a number of teaser images of its incoming all-new 2022 Tundra. We’ve so far seen the beast, got an idea of what lies under the hood, as well as a new sunroof and the return of the rolling rear glass. For this round, we get a glimpse of some of the truck’s interior features.
The single image is a collage of various elements. The most prominent is the red leather seat with “TRD Pro” stitched into it. The perforated portion of the seat displays a camo pattern that is fitting for a TRD Pro vehicle. This also confirms that the new Tundra will be offered with this most coveted of trims.
Other features included are a drive mode selector wheel and a wireless charging pad. The latter is positioned to the right of the shifter, a real shifter thankfully, and we can clearly see the lower portion of the center stack. The grey squared-off plastic panel is very reminiscent of what was offered in the previous truck.
This leads us to believe that, although the new Tundra will be fitted with numerous new must-technologies, the dashboard’s layout will be most evolutionary – not a bad thing.