Toyota Drops Clue As to What Engine Will Power the Upcoming 2022 Tundra
At the top of Toyota’s plans for the fall is this: the presentation of the new generation of the Tundra pickup truck. This is big – literally, since of course the model is and will once again be gigantic.
Today, Toyota gave us another piece of information about its model via a teaser image that alludes to what will come under the hood of the truck. In the process the automaker confirmed the rumours regarding the new "iForce MAX" engine designation, which began to fly around when the company registered that name as a trademark in 2020.
There are no officially sanctioned details as of yet regarding the new engine, but there’s been speculation for some time that Toyota is working on a new turbocharged and electrified 6-cylinder unit to replace the 5.7L V8 that has always been housed under the Tundra’s hood.
We also know that a 3.5L V6 engine making 415 hp and 480 lb-ft of torque will power the new Toyota Land Cruiser, a model with which the Tundra should share some of its architecture.Read more