We’re not sure, but, with its uber-tedious release of details about the all-new, 2022 Tundra, Toyota just might be vying for a place in the record books, as the company is deep in the throes of conducting what may be one of the longest, most deliberate and intriguing introductions of a highly anticipated vehicle, ever.
On Tuesday, Toyota treated us to yet another small glance at the next-generation rig. This time, the cockpit is the focus, with two of the higher-profile updates being highlighted through the images you see here.
First, is a slick-looking setup in the center console that houses four-wheel-drive controls, and a rotary switch with what we believe are pressable buttons for operating the Multi-Terrain Select, Downhill Assist and Crawl Control, and Tow/Haul systems.
The Toyota-released interior photos also confirm (per the signature red leather and black-and-white-embroidered seats) the 2022 Tundra will be available in TRD Pro trim.
There also appear to be several high-tech comfort/convenience gadgets incorporated into the next-generation 2022 Toyota Tundra. Among those accessories is a wireless cellphone-charging pad,
A sliding rear window and dual-pane moonroof…
And in other news on the Infotainment front, Toyota says an all-new Next-Generation Multimedia System (with a high-tech 14-inch touchscreen) is currently being final tested, and should be in vehicles (we assume including Tundra) in the fourth quarter of 2021.
…And an updated touchscreen Infotainment system featuring JBL Audio.
Standard drive modes such as Economy, Normal, Comfort and Sport are also anticipated (but not confirmed yet), and with the TRD Pro version on the order sheet, we believe off-road-specific settings will also be among the selections.
If you’re just joining us, fear not. You haven’t missed too much detail about the 2022 Toyota Tundra, mainly because the company hasn’t given us much to report. Additional teaser stories about the engine and the truck’s new exterior persona are available, and of course, we’ll bring you updates about the next-gen Tundra whenever there’s news to report.
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