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Meet The New Beast In Town – The 2022 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro

Flashy lights, a sleek and shining body, and a comfortable interior. Isn’t that what we all seek when we splash our dollars on some of the costliest cars? Of course they are! But while those things are the first ones we consider, these days durability has also made it to the list of must-haves in a vehicle. After all, what use is a car if it can’t resist even the slightest of impacts?!

Speaking of which, do you’ve any cars in mind that tick all those boxes? Well, don’t try too hard ‘cuz we’re here to help you.


© Toyota | After its pictures were leaked on the internet, Toyota officially released glimpses into its upcoming pickup truck model, the 2022 Tundra

Toyota’s upcoming pickup truck, the 2022 Tundra, perfectly fits the description of a dream car. The model, which is supposed to enter the market in the coming months, first came to light when its murky photos leaked on the internet on June 19, 2021. A little later Toyota posted a much higher-quality picture of the sturdy pickup truck on its official Twitter page

Let’s take a close look at the beasty machine, shall we? 

A quick look at the 2022 Tundra

From the first look of it, the Tundra is going to be a white-colored car with red interiors. The pictures depicted a front end with a large black grille and three integrated LED light bars placed around. On top of the grille is the company’s name “TOYOTA” written in block letters, while the model’s name “TUNDRA” is fixed on the lower front bumper. Above the company’s logo, there are three small lights, and under the model badge, there’s a cameo-like pattern. The same design is also present on the fender flares. As for the wheels, the car will have 285/65 Falken Wildpeak all-terrain tires. 


© Toyota | The exterior as well as the interior of the car are quite impressive, and it is expected to feature a 3.5-liter V-6 engine

Although the Japanese company didn’t specify any other details, a few days back, it shared a GIF on its Twitter handle featuring different parts of the new Tundra. The clip showed that the vehicle has an “iForce MAX” symbol with blue lettering.

That means there could be a new powertrain with either a twin-turbocharged or naturally aspirated 3.5-liter V-6 engine. There’s also a possibility of a change in the rear suspension setup, which usually has leaf springs. The new truck could also have air springs, coil springs, or an independent rear suspension (even better!). 

Coming to the cost, the TRD Pro model is supposed to be priced at over $50,000, while the base model would cost somewhere around $36,000. 


© Toyota | The 2022 Tundra base model is supposed to be priced around $36,000 and the pro model at around $50,000

A step towards change – Toyota Land Cruiser LC300

On June 9, 2021, the Toyota Land Cruiser LC300 made its global debut. The new SUV, which is expected to hit the markets by December 2021, will feature more tech than its predecessor. It’ll have two engine options – a 415hp, twin-turbo, 3.5-litre, V6 petrol with 650 Nm of torque, and a 309hp, 3.3-litre, twin-turbo V6 petrol with 700 Nm of torque. 

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