Tuesday, July 27, 2021
News Toyota Shares Teaser Image Of All-New Tundra’s Interior

Toyota Shares Teaser Image Of All-New Tundra’s Interior

The next-generation 2022 Toyota Tundra will soon officially break cover but not before we’re given a glimpse of more details

  • Images of the Tundra leaked last week, and Toyota has decided to roll with the punches.

  • Toyota’s reveal plans seem to involve releasing more teaser images over the next little while.

Everything started out fine with Toyota’s elaborate Tundra reveal plans. That was until actual images of the all-new 2022 Tundra leaked on the web last week.

So far, we know the Tundra will retain its body-on-frame construction and the V8 engine will not return. In a previously shared image, Toyota showed the iForce Max engine cover which revealed only three intake runners on one side.

2022 Toyota Tundra | Photo: Toyota

The most recent image is that of the forward view from the Tundra’s cabin. Visible are the top of the large central touchscreen (perhaps as big as 12 inches), the base of the “A” pilar with speaker placement, and the upper portion of the steering wheel complete with a red marking.

From Toyota’s 2022 Tundra webpage, we can see that there are five more pictures coming our way presumable before the full reveal. We are still without a timeline for the unveiling as Toyota only states that the Tundra is “coming soon.”

2023 Toyota Tundra Pics Leak From Dealer Presentation

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