More gears. More control. More torque. Tundra’s 10-speed automatic transmission helps you harness more power when climbing a muddy hill, towing a trailer, or cruising on the freeway.
Its powertrain, frame and suspension work together to give Tundra an available max towing capacity of up to 12,000 lbs. Whether you’re towing your trailer for a weekend getaway or taking the ATVs out for a spin in the desert, Tundra helps you haul with confidence.
When you’re in the thick of it, this available system helps regulate wheelspin by automatically adjusting the engine throttle and traction control. In 4x4 low and high range, a quick turn of the dial toggles between terrain modes: Mud, Sand, Rock, Mogul (i-FORCE only) or Auto (i-FORCE MAX only).
Tundra’s available electronically locking rear differential for TRD Pro and TRD Off-Road Packages evenly distributes engine power to both rear wheels. Once the system is engaged, both rear wheels move at the same speed and provide more grip in low-traction conditions.
High-performance, efficient LED headlights give Tundra a striking look. And these fully LED headlights feature available dynamic sequential turn signals, Daytime Running Lights (DRL) and LED low and high beams for better visibility and safer towing and hauling. In addition to Tundra’s standard manual-leveling headlights, its available auto-leveling headlights stay level for safer towing and hauling—without any input from the driver.
Tundra’s tall and lustrous LED taillights and stamped tailgate featuring Tundra’s logo come together to form a powerful signature of force. And when you’re driving through town or merging onto the freeway, Tundra’s available dynamic sequential turn signal taillights add a touch of premium style to your every move.
With a chiseled and athletic stance, Tundra’s design pays homage to Toyota’s daring and dependable DNA. Bold lines, bulging fenders and a powerful front grille hint at the capability that lives under the sheet metal and show onlookers that this truck is equipped for tough demands.
Bring maximum comfort to wild rides. Tundra’s seats are designed with a wide shoulder to give you support, while available leather trim ups the ante on luxury.
Rugged on the outside. First-class on the inside. Tundra’s premium interior includes available leather-trimmed and soft-touch materials throughout, plenty of room for friends or gear, and a driver’s seat that fits like a glove.
A signature Toyota feature. Tundra CrewMax features a standard rear glass window that raises and fully lowers with the push of a button. When you're driving on the trail, this handy feature optimizes airflow inside the cabin.
Easily accessible from the driver’s seat, Tundra’s huge center console makes it easy to store and organize important items like your tablet, flashlight, park permits, spare change and more. And with USB media and charger ports inside, you can plug in your devices and have them play music or charge throughout your journey.
Tundra is full of good ideas. Built into the driver’s-side taillight on select models, Tundra’s available tailgate release bump switch makes it easy to load up your bed. No need to set anything down. You simply bump the left taillight, and the bed opens—just like that.
Tundra’s available Blind Spot Monitor (BSM) is designed to warn you when a vehicle in the next lane enters your blind spot on either side of the vehicle. When you engage its available Integrated Trailer Brake Controller (ITBC), the system automatically senses there’s a trailer connected, determines its length, and activates Trailer Merge Warning—all without any input from the driver. And when you’re reversing out of a tight spot, available Rear Cross-Traffic Alert (RCTA) helps detect vehicles approaching from either side, warning you with side mirror indicators and a warning tone. Altogether, Tundra’s advanced safety technologies bring added peace of mind to every journey. Simulation shown.
When white/yellow lane markings or certain road-edge boundary lines are detected at speeds above 32 mph, Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist (LDA w/SA) is designed to issue an audio/visual lane departure warning if an inadvertent lane departure is detected. If the driver does not take corrective action, the system is also designed to provide gentle corrective steering for lane-keeping assistance.
When Full-Speed Range Dynamic Radar Cruise Control (DRCC) is enabled and lane markers are detected, Lane Tracing Assist (LTA) uses the lines on the road and/or preceding vehicles to provide active driving assistance and help keep the vehicle centered in its lane.