2022 Toyota Tundra Review: Rebirth
Auto123 reviews the 2022 Toyota Tundra, in the first of several test drives we’re carrying out of the revised pickup. In the coming weeks, we’ll have for you our long-distance drive review of the new Tundra, which we took all the way to the Arctic Circle in northern Canada, as well as a first drive review of the 2022 Tundra Hybrid.
After what seems like a span of years running longer than that of the Maple Leafs’ last Stanley Cup win (or playoff series win), the Toyota Tundra pickup has been fully redesigned for 2022.
There’s new styling, all sorts of new interior tech, and most important of all, the iForce V8 engine that’s powered these babies since the beginning is gone, replaced by a 3.5L twin-turbo V6 with a hybrid option.
On the styling front, it’s not hard to see the changes. Everything that they could change, they have. The headlight lenses are more aggressive than ever (and more aggressive than most of the competition), the blacked-out grille is a behemoth and the overall lines have been chiseled at, providing visible fender flares, super blocky bumpers and muscular hood. It looks every inch the modern truck, even if some of the curves are hidden by the dark Army Green paint job seen here.
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