Toyota has revealed its new Tundra TRD Pro Sport where increased performance enhancements have been paired up with new safety features.
The new Tundra TRD Sport is available on 4×4 and 4×2 grades in CrewMax and Double Cab configurations and is powered by a 381-horsepower, 5.7-liter i-Force V8.
Toyota reports that driving performance is enhanced through the addition of TRD Sport Tuned Bilstein Shocks and TRD front and rear anti-sway bars (more photos below). Key exterior features for the TRD Sport include:
- Color-keyed mirrors, front and rear bumpers
- Color-keyed hood scoop
- 20-inch alloy silver sport wheels
- LED Headlights with smoked chrome bezel, Daytime Running Lights (DRL), and LED Fog Lights
- Mesh grille with body color surround
- TRD Sport bedside graphic
Exterior colors for the TRD Sport will include super white, magnetic gray, midnight black pearl, blazing blue pearl and barcelona red metallic.
Exterior styling is complemented with interior features that include a TRD shift knob and TRD Sport floor mats.
Toyota says the TRD Sport is part of an overall refresh for the 2018 Tundra. Safety will be enhanced on all Tundra models with the addition of Toyota Safety Sense (TSS-P) as standard equipment. This multi-feature advanced active safety suite bundles a pre-collision system with pedestrian detection (PCS w/PD), lane departure alert (LDA), auto high beams (AHB) and dynamic radar cruise control (DRCC). Drivers can view the status of TSS-P through an upgraded multi-information display.
The 2018 Tundra will receive exterior updates that include a new mesh grille on select trims while the Tundra Limited and 1794 Edition will receive a new billet style grille. The Limited, Platinum and 1794 Edition will be equipped with new LED headlights and daytime running lights (DRL), and LED fog lights.
LED headlights and fog lights are also available when the TRD off-road package is selected on SR5 models. The SR and SR5 grades will receive halogen headlights with a black bezel and LED daytime running lights (DRL).