Toyota Tundra 2022 Interior Details Continue To Trickle Out
Toyota Tundra of 2022 may be vying for a place in the record books. This is happening as the company is deep in the throes of conducting what may be the longest, possibly most, deliberate and awe-inspiring introductions of a highly vaulted vehicle, ever.
Toyota Tundra Sneak Peek
On Tuesday, Toyota is giving yet another small glance at the next-generation rig. This time, the cockpit is the focus, with two of the higher-profile updates being highlighting through the images you see here.
The first is a slick-looking setup in the center console. It houses four-wheel-drive controls. There is a rotary switch with what are possibly are pressable buttons for operating the Multi-Terrain Select. As well as the Downhill Assist and Crawl Control, and Tow/Haul systems.
Moreover, The Toyota released its signature red leather and black-and-white-embroidered seats. The 2022 Tundra will be available in TRD Pro trim.
In fact, there also seem to be several high-tech comfort/convenience gadgets incorporating into the next-generation 2022 Toyota Tundra. Among those accessories is a wireless cellphone-charging pad, a sliding rear window, and a dual-pane moonroof.
There is an updated touchscreen infotainment system featuring JBL Audio.
In other news on the Infotainment front, Toyota says an all-new Next-Generation Multimedia System (with a high-tech 14-inch touchscreen) is currently being final tested. In fact, it should be in vehicles (possibly including Tundra) in the fourth quarter of 2021.
The standard drive modes such as Economy, Normal, Comfort and Sport are also anticipating (but not confirmed yet), and with the TRD Pro version on the order sheet, that are possibly off-road-specific settings will also be among the selections.
Toyota has yet to give a specific release date for the new Tundra, though may it will debut in the fall. With these planned teasers expecting to keep coming, more might be knowning about this truck before it arrives.