Tough as nails, dependable through it all, a new generation is here — welcome to the 2022 Toyota Tundra redesign. Bringing a get-it-done attitude in a full-size package since its debut in 1999, the Tundra has only gotten better since then. Unstoppable engineering, more desirable creature comforts, and more power are just the start. Off-road dominance also joined that list along the way, and now the 2022 Toyota Tundra redesign is poised to take all of the above attributes further than they’ve ever gone before.
Already competitive in the full-size truck world, you’ll find all the practical capabilities, reliability, and overall specs make our Toyota Tundra lease deals as attractive as can be. With the 2022 redesign, expect the attractiveness of a Tundra lease to go up exponentially. That’s also because of a stylish new exterior, powerful engine, and ultra-capable suspension setup; we’ll take you through these details, along with everything else to expect.
First thing’s first, the 2022 Toyota Tundra redesign is set to bring a new third-generation for the truck. With the second generation introduced in 2007 and running up to today, this brings a huge change to the table. That starts with the exterior, as you’ll first be greeted by a massive new modern grille. Subtle details like a textured bumper ledge with “Tundra” embossed in and three grille-integrated lightbars set the TRD Pro model apart, while a set of three amber lights atop said grille suggest an increase to over 80 inches of vehicle width. Meanwhile, sharp and sleek LED lights round off the front end with a properly aggressive style.
Aside from the front, you’ll find similar modern sleekness continues throughout the body and bed. New wheel designs join the party, too, with exclusive TRD Pro designs that look like they’re ready for some proper off-road fun. From revised fender flares to aggressive air ducts, the 2022 Toyota Tundra redesign brings some distinctly awesome new styles for this new generation.
Let’s start with a beloved engine you’ll find with a new Toyota Tundra for sale for the Dallas area — The power at the heart of Tundra. Tundra’s all-new i-FORCE Twin-Turbo V6 engine delivers up to 389 horsepower and
479 lb.-ft. of torque. And its all-new 10-speed automatic
transmission helps you harness more power when climbing
a muddy hill, towing a trailer, or cruising on the freeway.
In addition, there is the Electrified i-FORCE MAX powertrain, which pumps out a hefty 437 horsepower, with 589 lb-ft of torque. Now that’s power.
The excitement continues with a high-quality interior redesign and several great additions. Among these, a new, larger touchscreen with Apple CarPlay® connectivity, wireless device charging, a panoramic sunroof, and more will be available. The off-road conquering trim will also continue with the 2022 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro, offering advanced features like off-road driving modes that include crawl control, hill-descent control, and more. Aesthetic elements like red upholstery and TRD Pro badging join the interior fun too.
The 2022 Toyota Tundra has ditched rear leaf springs for a solid rear axle and coil spring setup. That combines both on-road smoothness with massive hauling and off-road capabilities. That should spell an increase for payload capacity, but by how much remains to be seen. Taking the off-road side further, the TRD Pro model will equip Fox dampers for greater effect.
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The third generation of the truck, this new Tundra should parallel the outgoing model’s price points. Specifically, the entry-level trim is priced at $35,950 MSRP, while the TRD Pro and other higher-end trims may start at around $50,000 MSRP to $55,000 MSRP.
No, it will not because the V-6 is really powerful and can tow up to 12,000 pounds. The iForce MAX V-6 will be used in the Tundra, and in its current use of powering the 2022 Land Cruiser, it uses a twin-turbo setup making 437 horsepower and 583 lb-ft of torque.