New Color! 2021 Toyota TRD Pro and Trail Updates: Trims, Suspensions and More! (News)

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The 2021 Toyota TRD Pro lineup in their newest color, Lunar Rock. (Images: Toyota)

Toyota’s TRD Pro Lineup Showcases ‘Out of this World’ Color for 2021 ” Lunar Rock” is the name, and a new kind of white is the game. There’s more – a lot more. (Images: Toyota)

Toyota introduces a new TRD Pro color, new TRD Pro suspension for the 4Runnrt and Trail Special Editions.

Toyota just announced a new color, Lunar Rock – which is kind of like a pearl white – for the 2021 TRD Pro lineup. On top of that, they announced an upgraded suspension, light and wheel package for the popular 4Runner TRD Pro. On top of that, Toyota announced more on the Trail Special Edition models which are due this fall.

2021 Toyota Sequoia TRD Pro in Lunar Rock

New TRD Pro color – LUNAR ROCK

The unique-to-TRD Army Green color will be replaced by Lunar Rock. Those of you who liked Army Green, worry not – it will be available on other trims. Other TRD Pro colors include: Midnight Black Metallic, Magnetic Gray Metallic and Super White.

The upcoming Toyota Trail Edition trucks colors include Army Green, Cement, Midnight Black Metallic, and Super White. They will all have black exterior badges, black seating and a tan accent stitch.

2021 Toyota 4Runner TRD Pro in Lunar Rock

4Runner, 4Runner Trail and 4Runner TRD Pro:

All 2021 Toyota 4Runners will now have LED headlamps standard. According to Toyota, “Limited, Nightshade and TRD Pro grades will also receive LED high beams. All grades will also have LED fog lights as standard equipment, with TRD Pro maintaining its current RIGID LED fog lamps in 2021.”

The 2021 Toyota 4Runner Trail Edition will be based on the SR5 platform and include, gray TRD OffRoad wheels, and a Yakima Load-Warrior rooftop cargo basket. Inside, the 4Runner Trail will have a custom 40-quart cooler along with a sliding cargo tray.

New, 2021 Toyota 4Runner TRD Pro suspension

The 2021 Toyota 4Runner TRD Pro has a new tire and wheel package. It now has Nitto Terra Grappler tires on new, alloy TRD wheels. These wheels will enhance performance, according to Toyota. The “flow form” design is similar to the current TRD wheel, but it’s a deeper dish and more aggressive.

Also: ” (The) 4Runner TRD Pro includes re-tuned 2.5-inch Fox Internal Bypass Shocks to help complement its already off-road-capable hardware. Delivering the best of both worlds, this tuning provides an improvement in trail driving isolation and high-speed performance without compromising on-road comfort and steering response. The front Fox shocks are paired with TRD-tuned coil springs, yielding an inch of front lift for improved trail-tackling capability. Out back, the 2.5-inch Fox shocks also feature piggyback-style remote reservoirs.” – – Toyota

Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro in Lunar Rock

Tacoma Trail Edition

The Tacoma Trail is based on the SR5 Double Cab with 2 or 4WD. It comes with dark gray 16-inch TRD Off-Road wheels with Kevlar All-Terrain tires, and the grille from the Tacoma Limited. A 115-volt power outlet in the bed adds versatility, and lockable bed storage includes insulation on the driver side to double as a cooler.

2021 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro in Lunar Rock

Tundra Trail Edition

The Toyota Tundra Trail is based on the SR5 Crew Max with SR5 Upgrade Package which includes a larger fuel tank, front bucket seats and driver’s seat power lumbar support There’s a front center console, tilt/telescoping steering wheel, three front cup-holders, and an anti-theft system with alarm and engine immobilizer. The Tundra Trail wears the bold chrome grille from the top-of-line Tundra 1794 Edition with color-keyed surround, plus special-edition wheels. As on the Tacoma Trail, lockable bed storage includes insulation on the driver side to work as a cooler.

Prices and other specifics have yet to be announced. Toyota states that the information is coming soon. We will see the Trail Special Edition trucks at dealerships this fall.

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