Toyota is currently working on an entirely new version of the Tundra – one of the most popular pick-up trucks in the US. But before that, the brand will roll out a revised version of the current vehicle.
Whereas the entirely new version will appear sometime around 2020, the revised Tundra will be introduced later this year. The prototype’s camouflaged front end is evidence that revisions will be far less comprehensive than the ones the truck received for 2014.
Toyota will plonk in a new grille, hood, headlights and revised trim pieces to keep the Tundra fresh for another couple of years. Mechanically, a new 10-speed automatic gearbox that first appeared in the Lexus LC and LS models is also slated for all of Toyota's rear-drive vehicles, including the Tundra. It is however unclear whether it will show up before the redesigned Tundra appears.