The New Definition of Grit
Grit. Sure it’s brawn. The strength to take on most any challenge. But it’s also brains. The intelligence to find new ways to get things done. That’s the new definition of grit. That’s the 2023 Tundra. Ready to empower you with ingenious levels of capability, technology and refinement. Available in gas and even more powerful hybrid-electric models.
Rugged on the outside. Premium on the inside. The 2023 Tundra is designed to haul, tow, and tackle roads less traveled, all while surrounding you with creature comforts and advanced technologies that make your drive easier and more enjoyable.
Under Tundra’s bold exterior is a fully boxed ladder frame, designed for strength, rigidity, and superior handling. On Limited grades and above, the cabin is mounted to the frame with hydraulic cab mounts for even greater ride comfort.
Tundra’s bed is formed from a new high-strength Sheet-Molded Compound (SMC) that offers added protection against dents, dings and rust. All the better to handle its max payload of 1,940 pounds*.
Tundra’s available power extendable & folding tow mirrors are engineered to increase your rearward field of view. They also feature an integrated turn signal, Blind Spot Monitor notification, and house the cameras for the Panoramic View Monitor system.
Starting with SR5 grades, Tundra features heated 8-way power adjustable seats for the driver and front passenger. Limited grades add heated and ventilated front seals. While Platinum brings 10-way power adjustable front seats and heated and ventilated rear seats, all cloaked in Semi Aniline leather.
Tundra’s available 14″ touchscreen is one of the largest in the segment and offers smartphone-like response, sharp graphics and clear visuals. Thanks to the optically bonded glass, glare is kept to a minimum at any time of day.
A signature Toyota feature. Tundra’s rear glass raises and fully lowers with the push of a button, making it easy to access the bed without ever having to exit your truck.
What happens when you combine a technologically advanced 437 horsepower i-FORCE MAX hybrid-electric powertrain with the legendary capability of TRD Pro? You get a Tundra that fears nothing – on or off the road.
When you see those six “TOYOTA” letters underlined by an integrated LED light bar on the grille, it reminds everyone that Toyota Tundra is still king of the off-road
Rock-crawling, ripping through the back-country, or driving home from a family road trip, Tundra TRD Pro’s suspension features oversized FOX® shocks are designed to deliver the optimal ride.
Advanced off-road technologies, like Multi-Terrain Select (MTS) and Crawl Control, come standard. Which means there’s little that you can’t get up, over or around.
Tundra TRD Pro Highlights
Tundra’s i-FORCE MAX is the most powerful Tundra ever, ready to haul, tow and take-on most any task or terrain you need to tackle.
Pairing a highly efficient 3.5-litre twin turbo V6, with a brilliantly engineered bell-housing motor system, i-FORCE MAX delivers a combined performance output of 437 HP at 5,200 RPM, and a staggering 583 lb-ft of torque at only 2,400 RPM.
Instant exhilaration. With 500 lb-ft of torque available from a standing start, i-FORCE MAX delivers instant torque to get you going, even under heavy load.
With a towing capacity of 5,067 kgs (11,170 lbs.), and a full complement of advanced towing technologies, Tundra i-FORCE MAX works as hard as you do.
The ultimate towing machine, Tundra can tow up to 12,000 pounds.It all starts with the i-FORCE engine that delivers incredible power and torque without leaving fuel efficiency behind.
Tundra’s i-FORCE 3.5L twin-turbo V6 puts 389 horsepower and 479 lb-ft of torque at your command. Mated to a 10-speed electronically controlled automatic transmission with intelligence (ECT-i), it features sequential shift mode, uphill/downhill shift logic, and two TOW/HAUL driving modes.
Tundra boasts exceptional ride comfort and straight-line stability starting with a double wishbone suspension up front, and a 5-link multi-coil suspension in the rear. On select models, an available adaptive variable suspension (AVS) helps smooth out the ride no matter what the terrain.
Tundra’s standard Tow/Haul mode increases throttle response and is ideal for lighter needs like utility trailers or small boats. In Tow/Haul+ mode, throttle response is more aggressive, and ideal for towing RVs, box trailers or larger boats.
Tundra takes the guesswork out of hitching a trailer, and backing up with a trailer in place. Camera views with guidelines and automatic steering inputs help ensure your truck and trailer back up in a straight line.
Rocks, mud, sand, snow. Bring it on! With standard part-time 4-wheel drive, and available features on 4×4 models like locking rear differential, downhill assist control, Multi-Terrain Select and Crawl Control technology, there’s very little on, or off the road, that your Tundra can’t help you handle.
From the Toyota Multimedia system with an available 14” touchscreen, to advanced towing technologies like Trailer Back Guidance with Straight Path Assist, Tundra lets you do more, see more, and stay connected like never before.
A newly developed available 12.3” digital instrument cluster features digital gauges like tachometer and speedometer, and customizable content that includes options from tow gauges, pitch and roll displays, to engine performance.
Tundra’s Panoramic View Monitor (PVM) was designed with towing in mind. Multiple cameras provide multiple exterior angles viewable on the available 14” touchscreen or rearview mirror camera. Views include a 360° top-down panorama, a truck bed monitor, a rear-split view to show what’s on each side of the trailer, and a hitch view to assist when connecting a trailer. All designed to provide the driver with information and confidence in any driving situation.
Boasting five-times the processing power of the previous generation system, Toyota Multimedia can be controlled through touch or voice, and features standard wireless Apple CarPlayTM and Android AutoTM along with a suite of Connected Services like Remote Connect (3-year trial), Safety Connect (up to 10-yr. trial)1 and Service Connect (up to 10-yr. trial)1, as well as available Drive Connect that includes Cloud Navigation, Intelligent Assistant and Destination Assist.
Start the engine, lock or unlock the doors and more from your smartphone using the Toyota App.
Connect with Apple CarPlay® or Android AutoTM without need of wires. A smart and simple way to use smartphone features in your vehicle.
Keep your Toyota in peak condition with access to warning light notifications and vehicle health reports.
Seamlessly store your personal multimedia settings and Toyota App preferences in the cloud and automatically load them in your vehicle with your personal profile.
Emergency SOS assistance and enhanced roadside assistance should you encounter trouble on the road.
Toyota App is a smartphone app that connects you to everything Connected Services by Toyota has to offer.
Enjoy Cloud Navigation with real-time updates, access to a 24/7 live agent with Destination Assist, and Intelligent Assistant that responds to natural voice commands
Whether you are taking on big jobs or tackling tough terrain Tundra has your back with some of our most advanced safety systems. That includes Toyota Safety Sense 2.5 not only keeps you and your family safe, but it’s standard – on every model.
Toyota Safety Sense 2.5 brings a series of enhancements to Toyota’s advanced suite of active safety systems and capabilities. Like a Pre-Collision System that now supports you at intersections when making a left-hand turn. A ‘speed curve management’ function that enhances the dynamic radar cruise control when cornering. And an emergency steering assist function that allows Tundra to stabilize the driver’s emergency steering under certain conditions to help avoid the risk of an accident.
Available on most 4×4 models, Tundra’s Blind Spot Monitor (BSM) alerts you to vehicles that may have entered your blind spot on either side. Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA) offers added peace of mind by helping to detect vehicles from either side while backing out.
With a trailer in tow, the blind spot on either side of your vehicle can be even larger. Tundra’s Trailer Merge Warning system automatically senses if a trailer is connected, estimating its length, then working in conjunction with the Blind Spot Monitor (BSM) to alert you to the presence of vehicles that may have escaped notice.