There is a lot of news for Toyota Tundra 2018, but the biggest one is that the Japanese manufacturer is adding a TRD PRO model. This delivery will differ from others in the Tundra range by mirrors that will be both color key, hood scoop bumpier, silver color alloy wheels, smoked chrome goggles and LED headlights. The TRD emblem will be placed elegantly in various locations across the truck. The TRD PRO version will be available in five different colors. The improvements do not stop only on the outside, but every TRD PRO Tundra will come with Bilstein shocks and anti-swing bars both in advance and in the rear.
Toyota Tundra 2018 Changes
When it goes on sale in August, the Toyota Tundra 2018 will be one of the oldest vehicles in the highly competitive half-tonne segment, with relatively few changes to the range since its debut in 2014. It will also lose volume regular regular -cab option, leaving just two cabs and CrewMax choice. In addition, not available for 2018, the TRD Pro, It will take place as a hiatus similar to that of Tacoma TRAT Pro in 2015 before the brand new Tacoma is released. The new Tacoma TRD Pro has returned for 2017. On this basis, we can expect the Tundra TRD Pro to return for the 2020 model year.
The Toyota Tundra 2018 facelift includes additional trim levels in the Tundra range, including new grids for the Limited and 1794 models. The other major news is the availability of Toyota’s Total Safety Sense-P (TSS-P) as standard equipment on all Tundras 2018. TSS-P includes a host of latest driver aids: Pre-Collision with Pedestrian Detection (PCS with PD), Lane Departure Alert (LDA), Auto High Beams (AHB ) and Dynamic Radar Cruise Control (DRCC). These safety systems are optional on competing trucks, which is indeed a big problem for Tundra.
Toyota Tundra 2018 Features
Just after a significant refresh, the Toyota Tundra 2018 receives minor front-end updates and standard active safety equipment. The regular cab and the TRD Pro model are no longer available; The latter is replaced by the brand new TRD Sport. Depending on the trim, there is a new ticket style grid or a honeycomb version. Each Tundra has updated outdoor lighting, with some models to get the LED treatment. The interior has a group of revised gauges with a larger display of 4.2 inches. The most convincing addition is Toyota Safety Sense. This suite of advanced safety features includes a direct collision warning, automatic emergency braking, lane departure warning, automatic high beams and adaptive cruising control. These additions position the Tundra alongside its domestic rival, the Ram 1500.
Toyota Tundra 2018 Engine
The engine under is the proven 5.7L V8 with 381 horsepower and 401 lb-ft of torque. No changes or modifications to the powertrain are announced at this time. The Sport DED model requires better road performance thanks to the Bilstein sport shock absorbers and the TRD front and rear swing bars.