2015 Toyota Tundra
The new Tundra is brawnier and has a more chiseled look.
These upgrades include standard V-8 power across the board, a new TRD Pro model with special off-road suspension and an available spray-in bed liner.
The brawnier, more chiseled look of the Tundra presented an ideal platform for the 2015 TRD Pro off-road model with special blackout TOYOTA grille, TRD Pro bed panel stamping, skid plate, matte satin black badges and black headlight bezels. It takes an aggressive stance on 18-inch TRD black alloy wheels wrapped in exclusive Michelin Off-Road Package tires, and announces its arrival with the throaty growl of the 5.7-liter V-8 with a TRD dual exhaust system.
Tundra offers three cab styles: two-door Regular Cab, four-door Double Cab and the super-sized four-door CrewMax. Regular Cabs come exclusively with a long bed (8.1-foot) configuration. Double Cabs are offered in both standard bed (6.5-foot) or long bed (8.1-foot) configurations. The CrewMax comes with a 5.5-foot bed. The 2015 Tundra comes standard with the 4.6-liter i-Force V-8 that doles out 310 horsepower. The most popular Tundra engine, still one of the most capable and advanced in the full-size pickup segment, is the 5.7-liter i-Force V-8. A real workhorse, it’s also remarkably refined as it generates 381 horsepower. The foundation for Tundra’s strength and up to 10,500-pound towing capacity is its advanced TripleTech frame. The “Triple” refers to the wide, full-boxed rails for the front portion, a reinforced C-channel under the cab and an open C-channel beneath the bed for strength, ride quality and durability.
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Compiled by Motor Matters