Note to the readers: you are going to see Toyota Tundra Chief Engineer Mike Sweers mentioned quite a bit in this article. Why? He is chief engineer and provides the direction for the truck as well as approves/turns down any ideas his team comes up with. In the past, some readers have said I refer to Sweers too much. Those readers don’t understand how much Sweers controls the direction of the Tundra. In order to understand the future of the Tundra, one must understand how Sweers thinks. I believe, after spending quite a bit of time with him, I have a fairly good idea. Again, a “fairly” good idea.
With the start of auto show “season” kicking off in LA this week, it is a good time to turn our attention to what Toyota has in store. This year, it is highly likely changes to the Toyota Tundra are coming at the 2016 Chicago Auto Show. What could those changes be? Here are my best guesses.
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While wandering around the 2015 SEMA show yesterday, I literally turned the corner and ran into this “Tundrasine” concept. Pictures don’t do this vehicle justice.
Our friends over at Pickuptrucks.com have awarded the 2015 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro as their 4×4 Challenge Winner besting the 2015 Ram 1500 Rebel.
Toyota is planning on expanding production at its San Antonio plant to six days a week to meet high dealer demand for the Tundra and Tacoma trucks.
Yesterday, Lexus unveiled a refreshed 2016 Lexus LX 570. While its “sweeping” new design, 20-inch wheels and an available heads-up display are great other items really stood out to us. We think these changes could easily show up in the 2017 Toyota Tundra.