Here’s Another *Official* Look At The 2022 Toyota Tundra — Showing Off Its Panoramic Sunroof: News

It's keeping the retractable rear window, too

2022 Toyota Tundra roof. teaser
After fourteen years, the 2022 Toyota Tundra is finally set to up the outgoing truck’s game with more premium features. (Images: Toyota)

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!