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Introducing the all-new 2023 Toyota Tundra - the new definition of grit

The all-new 2023 Tundra has been redesigned from the ground up to offer improved performance, with a choice of powerful, efficient engines and impressive towing and payload capacity. It also offers premium refinements, a chiseled design, and all the tech you need to get you to your destination in comfort and style.

Style: Strength inside and out

Toughness and capability play key roles in the Toyota Tundra redesign. This upgraded truck design includes an interior and exterior combination of angular lines and sophisticated refinement.

Strength extends to the underside of your Tundra, especially with Off-Road and TRD Pro packages. The transfer case is a valuable part of the drivetrain that allows 2WD and 4WD. Protect your Tundra with underbody projection to the transfer case and fuel tank available on the above packages. Never miss a moment with available Power Extendable/Folding Towing Mirrors available on 4X4 CrewMax Platinum grades which increase your rearward field of view.

The 2023 Tundra also offers many interior upgrades depending on the model grade. Premium materials are used throughout, most visibly in high-contact areas as seen with its wrapped armrests and pads across the instrument panel. Upgrade to Capstone and warm up with a heated leather-wrapped steering wheel as well as ventilated and heated leather front and rear seats decked out in luxurious semi-aniline leather.

Power and performance: an absolute powerhouse

Rougher environments don't scare this vehicle. Drive through them with ease with its exceptional powertrain and 4WD.

Two powerplant configurations will be offered: a new, twin-turbo 3.5-liter V6 that makes up to 389 horsepower and 479 lb-ft. of torque; and that engine paired with a bellhousing electric motor system called the i-FORCE MAX, to give a combined output of 437 horsepower and 583 lb.-ft. of torque. Both configurations will be mated to a new 10-speed automatic transmission.

The new multi-link rear suspension replaces the previous truck's leaf springs with coil springs. This helps raise the Tundra's towing capacity to 12,000 pounds, 17.6% over the previous generation. The maximum payload is 1,940 pounds, an improvement of more than 11% from the previous generation.

Toyota Safety Sense 2.5

Offered as standard equipment on all Tundra grades will be Toyota Safety Sense 2.5, a package of active safety features. These include:

  1. Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection: This feature has been enhanced to detect not only vehicles ahead, but a pedestrian in low light, a cyclist in daytime, or an oncoming vehicle and a pedestrian at intersections. At intersections, the system is designed to detect an oncoming vehicle or pedestrian when performing a left-hand turn and provide audio/visual alerts and automatic braking in certain conditions. Other PCS functions include emergency steering assist, which helps stabilize the driver's emergency steering maneuvers within their lane while avoiding a preceding pedestrian, bicyclist or vehicle.
  2. Dynamic Radar Cruise Control (DRCC): Lane Departure Alert will alert the driver if it senses that the truck is leaving its lane with no turn signal. With DRCC is set and engaged, Lane Tracing Assist (LTA) provides a slight steering force to help keep the truck in the center of its lane, using visible lane markers or a preceding vehicle.
  3. Automatic High Beams: These detect preceding or oncoming vehicles and automatically switch between high- and low-beam headlights. Road Sign Assist (RSA) recognizes certain road sign information using a forward-facing camera and displays that information for the driver to see.
  4. Rear Seat Reminder: If a rear door has been opened within 10 minutes of the vehicle being turned on, or at any time after the vehicle has been turned on, the driver will get a reminder in the instrument cluster after the engine is turned off, accompanied by chimes.