Toyota has published the first full photo of the 2019 Tundra TRD Pro, after the leak of dealer photos earlier this week.

  • The first official photo of Toyota’s next 2022 Tundra full-size truck has been released.
  • This is a TRD Pro version with black 18-inch wheels and Falken Wildpeak all-terrain tires for off-road use.
  • Later this year, the new Tundra will be completely shown, and it will go on sale soon after.

Toyota has revealed a clear image of the next full-size truck in TRD Pro form, after pictures of the 2022 Toyota Tundra leaking on the internet (and being published here at Electomo, among other places). The new Tundra will make its premiere in the coming months, and it is expected to be available in the United States by the end of the year.

The truck’s impressive new front end, which has a black grille with three integrated LED light bars, is getting a better view. A stamped “Tundra” logo in the lower front bumper, which has the same camo-like pattern as the fender flares, rests on top of the “Toyota” script. 285/65 Falken Wildpeak all-terrain tires are placed on a new set of TRD Pro-specific wheels. The inside of this vehicle is also red.

The 2019 Tundra is supposed to be powered by a new twin-turbocharged V-6 engine, and Toyota shared a photo of the engine cover this week. An “iForce MAX” logo with blue writing was seen in the picture, implying a new hybrid engine, which might well be an option.

Another significant change is likely to be the rear suspension configuration, which will possibly replace the existing truck’s leaf springs with coil springs, air springs, or perhaps an independent rear suspension.

In the following months, look for official details and specs on the Toyota Tundra 2022. The TRD Pro variant is likely to cost a little over $50,000, with the basic truck beginning at approximately $36,000.