2023 Toyota Tundra – 2022 Tundra finally brought an all-new generation of Toyota’s most popular pickup following more than 10 years of carrying over. This model not only featured an entirely new look both inside and outside and also included new options for powertrains. Since this model is just entering its second year of development we can anticipate that the 2023 Toyota Tundra to be an upgraded model.
2023 Toyota Tundra Review
From the exterior, the new Tundra features an upright look with sharp lines and tons of blocks to please truck enthusiasts. It borrows some elements away from its predecessor, the Toyota Tacoma, and upsizes it to make it more suitable for the bigger body. Inside, the brand new Tundra has a sleek cabin that blends trunk-like forms and angles with premium features and materials that are found on the higher trims. Additionally, Toyota greatly reduced the amount of clutter by eliminating some controls and switches. We are expecting to see the 2023 Toyota Tundra remain exactly the same inside and outside.
In 2023, the Tundra will get an updated SX Package, which is only available on certain SR5 models. The package offers the Tundra striking styling, featuring Dark Gray Metallic 18-inch wheels and black trim. In the interior, this package removes the smoked silver trim by adding black highlights.
It is available in four colors. SX Package comes in 4 exterior colors: White Celestial Silver Metallic, Magnetic Gray Metal, and Midnight Black Metallic.
Under the hood, it’s a tundra. 2023 Toyota Tundra features a 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6 engine which produces 389 horsepower as well as 479 lbs of torque, paired with an automatic transmission with 10 speeds. Customers can also opt for an i-FORCE MAX hybrid engine that combines the V6 with its 3.5-liter engine for 437 hp and 583 pounds-ft of torque. The rear-wheel-drive is standard, while four-wheel drive is an option.
The IIHS hasn’t yet tested the new Tundra for safety and therefore there aren’t any scores to be shared. But, the new Tundra is covered with safety features, such as the standard emergency braking system that is automatic and adaptive cruise control. It also comes with active lane controls, automated high beams, and hill-start assistance as well as a rear-seat-reminder. The only options for safety gear include blind-spot monitors as well as a surround-view camera and side-mirror cameras. The 2023 Tundra has the same features.
2023 Toyota Tundra Release Date & Price
There’s no date for the official launch of the 2023 Tundra however, we anticipate an autumn 2022 launch based on the previous Toyota releases. Pricing is also not confirmed However, since it is an over-the-counter model we are expecting only price adjustments due to inflation to the current MSRP range of $37.645 to $62,715. This pickup with light-duty capabilities will take on with the Nissan Titan, Chevy Silverado 1500, Ford F-150, and RAM 1500.