2020 Toyota Tundra
2020 Toyota Tundra
In the 2020 Toyota Tundra, freedom just got a little savvier. With its first major refresh since the 2011 model year, every Tundra—from the off-road-ready Tundra TRD Pro to the plush Tundra Platinum—is bringing modern drivers the tech features they crave.
2020 Toyota Tundra: High-Tech Muscle
Thanks to a 2020 refresh, this full-size truck has never been better. The upcoming Tundra is loaded with street-smart technology. This Toyota is ready to keep you connected with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. This smartphone integration gear displays apps—including your Maps app—on the brand-new 8-inch central touchscreen, so you can use them without distraction. New smart-key technology and push-button ignition add to the seamlessness of your daily drive.
2020 Tundra TRD Pro: Choose Your Own Adventure
Ready to take your Tundra deep into the wilderness? If you choose the 2020 Tundra TRD, that’s absolutely the case, because this full-size truck comes standard with a ton of rugged gear. That means better damping control with larger aluminum Fox shocks and lighter BBS forged wheels. But that also means an extra 2 inches of ground clearance, so you can roll through rugged terrain without a scratch.
This year’s TRD is all about buyer’s choice, bringing some important new options. Once only offered with the extra-large CrewMax cabin, the 2020 Tundra TRD is introducing a new Double Cab configuration. Choosing this new TRD option will save you money on up-front costs and even reduce your overall footprint.
2020 Tundra Platinum: High-End Utility
The upcoming 2020 Toyota Tundra is about so much more than muscle, especially when you choose the top-of-the-line Platinum edition. The Platinum will have you towing and hauling heavy loads in true style. Besides wrapping you in all the latest comforts—think heated and ventilated front seats—and supplying a wealth of tech gear, including a 12-speaker premium JBL sound system, the Platinum’s unique styling elements turn heads wherever you go. LED daytime running lights and exclusive exterior trim make this truck easy to pick out of a crowd.
Pricing and Release Date
Look for 2020 Toyota Tundra production to begin this summer, likely in July. You should start to see the refreshed version of this full-size pickup truck at dealerships by September 2019. Prices haven’t been announced just yet. But we expect the Tundra to start around $32,915, much like the current Tundra. Fully loaded, the 2020 Tundra should set you back around $51,925.