2022 Tundra HVMay 12nd, 2022
A Hybrid Powerhouse.
Toyota is dedicated to continuously working on offering more electrified powertrain options. For the first time ever, Toyota has released a new Hybrid powertrain for the TUNDRA. Infused with a hybrid twin-turbo V6 i-FORCE MAX engine, this may be the most efficient and powerful option yet.
You may be wondering, how would this be the most efficient and powerful option yet? With its dominant engine , this beast of a truck delivers an output of 437 HP at 5,200 RPM, all while being more fuel efficient.
Demonstrating its toughness, the Tundra Hybrid is equipped with 583lb-ft of torque at a standing start, the Tundra Hybrid gets you going where you need to be.
Equipped with the ability to tow heavy loads, this ultimate towing machine can tow up to 5,067kgs (11,170lbs) and is also assisted by advanced towing technology, making your trips easier and safer.
Overall, the new Hybrid Tundra is oozing with new capabilities, features and styling.
Being the first Toyota to host the all-new Audio Multimedia System, this will allow for better interaction through sight, touch and voice activation. The touchscreen is available in an 8′ or 14′ model
Some awesome available features include:
- Up to 12,000-pounds maximum towing capacity
- CrewMax Cabins
- TRD PRO & Off Road also available for Hybrid model.
- Available 14″ HD Touchscreen display
- Smart Key with Tailgate Integration
and so much more!
Just like any Toyota, the 2022 Tundra Hybrid also comes with its high tech safety technologies. This incudes:
- Toyota Safety Sense 2.5
- Pre-Collision System
- Pedestrian Detection
- Dynamic Radar Cruise Control
- Lane Departure Alert
- Blind Spot Monitor
- Rear Cross-Traffic Alert.
Audio Multimedia System
The new system will allow for better interaction through sight, touch, and voice activation. The touchscreen is available in an 8′ or 14′ model, however not to fear, the favorited easy grip dial for audio volume will remain in the 2022 model. There are as well dual integrated cabin microphones for voice-activated commands to be recognized easier.