The 2022 Toyota Tundra has taken a major step forward by ditching the standard leaf-spring setup in favor of a coil spring rear suspension. It's an intriguing strategy that demonstrates they've come to play.
Coil springs are more flexible and provide a wider range of suspension movement. The coil springs bend and flex far more easily, resulting in a smoother ride. The stronger the spring, the rougher the ride, which trucks are infamous for.
Toyota hasn't revealed any photographs of other Tundra versions, but it has shown off the pickup's unmasked exterior, a small sliver of the new cockpit, its power rear window, several amenities, and now the underbody with its new coil springs.
The automaker appears to be having a great time giving off parts and pieces as it prepares for a major announcement.
Toyota unveiled the front suspension for their TRD Pro off-road versions. It has a strong anti-roll bar and high-performance Fox shock absorbers. With each reveals, we're getting a better sense of the buzz that began months ago when Toyota Vice President Bob Carter declared the vehicle will "blow us away."
The truck's exterior has previously been revealed, revealing a muscular and mean-looking machine. The powerhouse is one thing we're still not sure about.
Toyota applied for a patent for a twin-turbo V8 a while back, according to reports. Many assumed it would be something implemented in their truck, but they have been silent on the subject. This appears to be the final piece of the puzzle.
The Toyota Tundra 2022 should be a fantastic addition to the truck landscape. The manner in which they are introducing it is undoubtedly intriguing, but it has peaked the imagination of individuals who do not consider themselves Toyota fans. We're excited to see the finished product. For the time being, it appears to be a success.
The 2022 Toyota Tundra will go on sale this fall. Like Ram, it has used coil springs in the last two generations of its pickups and is ready to set a new standard for its vehicles by reducing weight, enhancing ride quality, and improving handling.