Toyota Tundra is a full size pick-up truck from Toyota which has been in production since 1999. It is a top selling brand from the Japanese manufacturers. It has been on road since the year 2000 and is currently in its second generation of production. The second generation started from 2007. It comes in two basic versions, a two door version (regular cab) and a four door version (double cab). It has good market all over U.S and Southern America. But in order to boost sales in Asia as well 2016 Toyota Tundra will undergo several modifications.
These modifications in the 2016 Toyota Tundra are extremely important in order to maintain a stronghold in the market. There would not be many designing changes as such but many improvements would be brought about the outlook. Major enhancements in performance department would surely take place.
It has a very muscular and bold look overall. Length of 2016 Toyota Tundra would perhaps be increased a little bit, but it would be definitely a bit narrower. In order to increase on-road performance there is a high chance that body material would be modified. It would be more resilient and suitable for comfortable while driving on rough tracks.
Front portion of 2016 Toyota Tundra has quite a few changes, including a new broader and longer grille. Due to complete re-designing of the grille, the bonnet and bumper would also be a bit modified. Headlights would come with more smaller and circular fog lamps. Wheels would also be made of new alloy spokes. More details on exterior design would soon be released.
There won’t be any significant change in the interior design of 2016 Toyota Tundra previous model was well accepted in this regard. Seat would be made of better quality materials. The infotainment system would supposedly be up-graded. There would also be a state of the art navigation system along with LCD display screen. Several more gadgets are also to be incorporated.
2016 Toyota Tundra: Engine and Fuel Economy
Reports suggest that 2016 Toyota Tundra would run on a diesel engine. It would most probably be powered by a 5.0 litre V8 turbo diesel engine from Cummins. Official report about drivetrain is yet to be released but experts suggest that it would be able to generate nearly 300 hp of power and 500 lb-ft of torque. Exact fuel economy is not yet known, but would soon be released by the company.