Some of it, anyway.
The Toyota Tundra in its current form has been with us since 2006, and despite a major facelift in 2013 has remained mostly unchanged, begging the question of when the Japanese pickup will be replaced. The 2021 car has carried over looking like the 2020 model, and while we've seen some realistic renders of what the next-gen car could look like, speculation remained. Until now. An image has surfaced on social media giving a look at the front-end of what could possibly be the new Tundra. Posted on Instagram, this gives fans the first real look at the new car, and it's significantly different from the current generation.
From what is visible in the photos, it's clear to make out the front fascia but the quality of the photos deteriorates from there on out, making it difficult to define the new design. From what we can tell, the front now features a cool-looking T-shaped daytime running light design and a sporty air vent sitting next to the lower front grille. With the lights turned on, the Tundra reveals smaller LED lights and a light bar across the front grille. At the rear, the Tundra shows off a set of C-shaped lights. The next-gen Tundra will make use of Toyota's F1 architecture which it will share with siblings such as the Sequoia and Tacoma.
Details of the interior are scant, but the new platform will give the Tundra more interior space than ever before and should see the inclusion of tech such as a large 12.3-inch infotainment display. Under the hood, the new Tundra is expected to do away with the current 4.6-liter and 5.7-liter V8s, and instead rely on a range of V6 powerplants in hybrid and turbocharged guise. Sales of the Tundra have slumped in recent months, so the arrival of the new car can't come fast enough.