Join the world debut of the new 2022 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro. Toyota’s most off-road capable Tacoma elevates its off-road game with an updated suspension, new wheels, and all-terrain tires. Here are all the details!
2022 Toyota Tacoma
Toyota gives the newest TRD Pro a new suspension system that utilizes TRD-tuned Fox shocks with internal bypass technology. The new TRD Pro uses new TRD upper control arms for the front suspension and a slightly higher suspension lift and suspension travel. While the ground clearance stays at about the same 9.4 inches, most other specifications improve. Toyota says the new suspension allows to improved suspension travel up, specifically on the rebound stroke. This should mean that the driver should be able to push this truck a bit harder off-road without bottoming out the suspension. We will have to drive and test this truck to find out.
Toyota says the latest TRD Pro has a 1.5-inch front and 0.5-inch rear suspension lift.
The approach, departure, and breakover angles are all improved over the previous TRD Pro.
- Approach angle: 36.4 deg
- Departure angle: 24.7 deg
- Breakover angle: 26.6 deg
The 2022 TRD Pro also gets a new wheel design and new Goodyear Wrangler Territory AT (with Kevlar) tires. Oh yea, you should be able to see the new 2022 Tacoma TRD Pro from space because of its new and exclusive Electric Lime Metallic paint. Another very cool new design touch is the rear bedside panel with the “TRD Pro” stamped right in.
The power train choices remain the same. The Tacoma is still powered by a 3.5-liter V6 with 278 hp and 265 lb-ft of torque. A choice of a 6-speed automatic or a 6-speed manual transmissions is still there as well.
The 2022 Tacoma TRD Pro will only be available in a double cab (aka. crew cab) configuration with a 5-foot bed. It will still be able to tow up to 6,400 lbs. Pricing and other additional information will be available closer to this truck’s on-sale date in the Fall of 2021.
Here is how the new 2022 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro and Trail Edition in person from Texas!
They all use their own version of FOX shocks.
Also, take a look back to when TFLtruck was first to bring you all the latest video reviews of the original 2015 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro.