Toyota unveils the most aggressive off-road version of the all-new 2022 Toyota Tundra. It’s called the Tundra Chase truck, as in chasing and supporting off-road Baja-running trophy trucks. This SEMA 2021 concept vehicle is built in close collaboration with the Toyota TRD performance team. It’s a widebody Tundra 4×4 crew cab with long-travel suspension and 37-inch off-road tires. Could this be a preview of customer-ready TRD accessories? We will keep a close eye on this. Here are all the details.
This show-ready chase truck has unique front control arms that make the truck about two inches wider on each side. This also increases the overall suspension travel and provides the ability to mount 37-inch tall tires. Custom widebody fenders extend out for a Ford Raptor/Ram TRX fighter appearance.
There are customized front and rear bumpers and plenty of additional off-road lights all the way around to turn night into day. The bed contains a customized and modular chase rack system that houses spare tires, a lift jack, and other accessories and parts. The accessories and the rack itself are designed to be quickly removable.
The all-new 2022 Tundra on-sale date is just around the corner. The non-hybrid version of the truck is expected to go on sale in December 2021. Although the final pricing is not yet available. We were expected the pricing to be public by the end of October, but it looks like we will have to wait a bit longer.