2019 Toyota Tundra should answer on numerous buyers’ demands and questions about redesigning of the old and surely overcome model. As the last improve have been made in 2006 and then only fulfilled with new details in 2009, it is about time to see what manufacturer planned with the new Tundra for the years to come. With small changes made in 2017, the new Tundra should be a completely redesigned model, with many competitive features, changes in engine strength and size and many additions in the cabin. However, be prepared for many rumors in this article, as the manufacturer has not confirmed many of these details yet.
Design of 2019 Toyota Tundra is the most changed and redesigned feature in this car that should be the most competitive than on past models. The massive front grille is covered with plastic line and logo of the manufacturer and large LED lights on the sides of this attractive rhomboidal and curved front end. There is a wide plastic addition on the bottom and small fog lights on the sides of it. The rear end is also massive and aggressive, with simple but attractive rear lights and many additions as decoration and helpers for easy entering.
Although the cabin in 2019 Toyota Tundra represents a classic and old-fashioned design among trucks, it still has many modern details that will be attractive to the buyers. Covered with leather, with chrome and quality plastic, stainless steel and even wood in details, it has many improvements and futuristic technology, with optional simpler features in the base model.
We are not sure which engine will be placed under the hood of 2019 Toyota Tundra, but is expectedly a strong 3.5-liter V6 model, with more than 300 horsepower and more than 300 pound-feet of torque. However, it is also expected that Toyota will offer diesel options, which could be a strong 4.5-liter V8 model. There are also predictions that Toyota could prepare a smaller version with engine weaker than 3-liter, but those predictions are not confirmed yet.
2019 Toyota Tundra Release Date and Price
As many of things are not confirmed yet, we are not sure in the reliability of this information, but one is for sure, 2019 Toyota Tundra will surely be one of the most exciting changes in years to come. It should be a combination of both the reliability of F-150 and engine strength of Chevrolet Silverado, with the acceptable price range of $30,000-$60,000.
November 15, 2017