2022 Toyota Tundra Overview | Toyota



The next generation 2022 Toyota Tundra is here for the long haul. This full-size truck comes with strength, terrain-tackling capability, and advanced towing technologies. Learn more about Toyota Trucks’ features: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3SvzyilMxgQ&list=PLsOvRYzJPCwXidiFqaPFxk0hE9M1mHQP-&index=1

Learn more: https://www.toyota.com/upcoming-vehicles/tundra/

0:00 Intro
0:40 Performance
2:04 Strong to its core
4:05 Off-road Capability
5:28 Exterior
6:30 Usable convenience
8:51 Final thoughts

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Whether it’s offloading, towing or running errands, the new 2022 Tundra is the do-anything companion for a new generation.

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42 thoughts on “2022 Toyota Tundra Overview | Toyota”

  1. Will the front bench seat (6 seats, 3 in front and 3 in back) still be available? Every video/launch/review I'm seeing only has the front buckets, no bench.

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  2. Maybe Ford can learn from Toyota how to make a proper 3.5L V6 Turbo that doesn't have timing chain, turbo, and cam phaser issues. Ford, NOT built tough. Its built cheap.

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  3. The Cadillac of pickups has been incredible for years but this new 2022, more power & efficiency & to top that, i-force hybrid. With its advanced suspension, other features I've not heard from other trucks, it's sure to be the difference that keeps it a contender for everyone. I would love to have one.

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  4. …I'm sorry. But I cannot trust the Twin Turbo V6 system. I simply can't. I've seen too many stories about how badly those can fail, and how early they fail. Toyota has legendary reliability but even they can't work miracles.

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  5. Yes, if anyone can afford to buy a second 5.7 litre Tundra and put it away inside Cheyenne and take it out after 25 years will not regret it. The Turbo move on the new one is a big mistake even worst they are using two turbos that means many and extraneous moving parts to wear out.

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  6. I bought a new 4X4 2011 back in 2011. Not impress with its towing capability at all. Struggles bad on up hills. Wish they also make it in 2500 series.

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  7. You junked it up and gayed it up, you took something that was way better and turned it into a half assed eco friendly soccer mom grocery getter, sorry it’s no longer a truck it might as well be a Honda ridge line. Way to screw it up Toyota!

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  8. I’m taking a long look at the Tundra. Currently in a Jeep Gladiator. I want more power and comfort. The turbo charged v-6 should be adequate. I had a 2015 F-150 with a 2.7 eco boost engine. That truck had a lot of power. Anyone know when the Tundra will start shipping to dealers?

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  9. man i really hope i can make it in time to get my hands on one of these (im 18)
    i would like a fully electric tundra trd pro lol..

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