2021 Toyota Tundra Redesign – The Toyota Tundra is one of the oldest full-size trucks sold today. While manufacturers like Ford, Ram, and Chevrolet each renewed their own trucks recently, Toyota has not yet had a new Tundra since 2001. But it will all change; Photographs of spies proving the new Tundra is on the horizon, and new rumors indicate it could have a modern underage machine.
The person in Divulls the info to the site TFLTruck.com, suggesting that the new Tundra will have a 3.5-liter twin-turbocharged hybrid V6 borrowed from the Lexus LS 500h. The output should be around 450 horsepower (335 kilowatts) and £500 torque (677 Newton-meter), and the gas mileage could be about 30 miles per gallon, or better. In Lexus, the same setting generates 354 hp (263 kW) and returns 33 MPG.
Of course, we take this report with a grain of salt. Toyota hasn’t confirmed the powertrain details. So far, we know that the new Tundra will have many modern cues such as 10-speed automatic and perhaps even air suspension when it arrives. So, the hybrid machine is not out of possibilities.
In terms of style, Toyota has not yet completed the new Tundra view, according to the same report. Based on current Toyota ranks, we expect a radical exterior with a simple, easy-to-use interior and many new technologies. The new tundra will still use the body-on-frame platform.
Interested parties can expect a new Toyota Tundra before the end of the year. It will not be sold until next year, and as a 2021 model. We wanted to see what Toyota was preparing for the Tundra considering the strict competition.
The first time the Toyota automobile company released the Tundra version as it did in 2000. The truck enthusiasts at that time had the choice for a V6 3.4 liter engine and a 4.7 litre V8 engine. The performance of this machine has proved good, but now when we hear the year 2000 sounds like a long time ago.
In 2007, the second generation of the Tundra was released on the market, with a very impressive size and immediately received an enthusiastic welcome from its fans. The size of this updated in 2007 is what we know today.
After that there were some design changes on the 2010 and 2014, but only minor changes. But in the year 2021, we can expect a major change to be happening which is a long awaited surprise by its fans.
Machine and its performance
Although there has been no official statement from Toyota about the machine to be used for the 2021 version of the Toyota Tundra Redesign, rumors have said that the platform will be the same as that applied to Toyota Tacoma which is part of the Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA).
Improvements include better ride quality, more stable and responsive steering, lighter body design, more efficient fuel.
The hybrid model will present a unique touch, which will come with a 3.5-liter twin-turbocharged V6, which can take a distance of 30 miles per gallon, and can power up to 50 horsepower. This will take you to a 500 lb-ft torque.
Currently Toyota will likely test the new rear suspension. No one knows what technology is applied to this rear suspension but many say they will use a completely new technology. Can they use new coil technology or air spring suspension? We can only wait until Toyota gives an official statement.
As a tough vehicle, the Tundra 2019 version has the ability to withdraw loads from 6.4 to 10,200 pounds. Indeed, not everyone needs to pull the load up to that weight, so not all of the Tundra versions come with maximum traction capability.
But in many truck community forums they hope that the Toyota Tundra 2021 will hold up to 12,000 pounds of traction capability, which is quite impressive.