Toyota Teases 2022 Tundra Dashboard and View from the Cabin
Earlier this month, some images of the new 2022 Toyota Tundra leaked from an apparent dealership employee. Rather than make a fuss about the leaked images, Toyota opted to release an official image of the truck. The 2022 Tundra looks much more like the current Tacoma and 4Runner than it did in the past, which is a good thing.
Toyota is now teasing Tundra fans again, this time with a very narrow and wide image showing a little of the truck’s interior. The image shows a white Tundra driving down a dirt road in the desert. The narrow picture shows a bit of the truck’s headliner area and rearview mirror, some landscape in the middle from behind the windshield, and a sliver of the dashboard.
What we can see through the windshield is a flat hood with the edges of the fenders visible. The dashboard appears to be very flat with excellent visibility and a surface that doesn’t appear reflective. Notice how the steering wheel has a red 12 o’clock marker reminiscent of past Ford Raptor pickups. Chances are this is only on the TRD Pro model, which was teased in the prior image. We can also see a wide touchscreen in the center of the dash that shows an icon for LTE connectivity, which looks quite a bit like Apple CarPlay. There are also grab bars on both the driver and passenger A-pillars, along with JBL speakers.
Toyota is still being coy about other specs for the Tundra, but you can rest assured these will be gradually revealed in the coming weeks and months.