The 2014 Toyota Tundra was unveiled at the 2013 Chicago Auto Show. The new exterior design features a muscular front view that signifies its “pulling power” through a wider, taller grille with forceful headlamps that interlock with the rest of the front fascia.
To satisfy the growing number of premium, full-size truck buyers, the redesigned Tundra will offer five distinct grades each with a “unique flavor” that is immediately recognizable including a different front grille for each rather than just an equipment build up from grade to grade.
Designed, engineered and built in the U.S., the new Tundra has a powerful front image and chiseled overall appearance. Kevin Hunter and his Calty Design team in California and Michigan gave it an aggressive look to match its capability.
The hood was raised by 1.6 inches contributing to the bolder appearance. The new bed design helps carry the sculpted character lines all the way down the side leading to a new gate with an integrated spoiler and “TUNDRA” embossed directly into the sheet metal creating a rugged high-tech look.
A new unique bumper goes from one to three pieces allowing for grade differentiation and lower customer replacement costs.