We get another brief glimpse of the 2022 Toyota Tundra.
This time, Toyota saw fit to show us just a bit more of the interior, with a few key details by way of the still above and the video below. A new addition to the updated Tundra is a panoramic sunroof, allowing a bit more light for the second-row passengers and some open air for those in the front. Perhaps not an earth-shattering feature in its own right, but when the Tundra’s been without that feature for its lifespan, it’s worth noting.
One key Tundra feature that’s stuck with the current-gen truck isn’t going away, either. The 2022 Toyota Tundra will retain its single-pane, roll-down rear window. That’s been a unique item that did make Toyota’s half-ton offering stick out a bit, so it’s good news that the automaker’s keeping it around.
What’s more, with the other brief interior shot shown above, it’s clear the new Tundra will generally have a more premium-feeling interior than what we’ve had these past fourteen years. The large touchscreen is a nice addition. You even get a red stripe stitched into the perforated steering wheel, at least on the TRD Pro model. I’m curious how these updates will affect the Tundra’s pricing, but that remains a mystery and likely will for several more months.
Stay tuned for more updates!