Since 2000, full-size Tundra pickup trucks have been on the roads. There are many gasoline-powered options, but the Toyota Tundra Hybrid 2024 will be the best. Toyota will offer hybrid and all-electric powertrains in all of its models by 2025. Tundra is no exception, as it is the most beloved vehicle of Toyota.
The new Tundra Hybrid will include the powertrain from the hybrid Toyota Highlander/Lexus RX SUVs. The hybrid powertrain combines a gasoline engine and two electric motors with a battery pack. Tundra’s towing capacity and hauling capacity will be maintained by the hybrid powertrain. It is expected to improve torque and fuel efficiency.
2024 Toyota Tundra Hybrid Specs
Certainly, the powertrain system will not change. It’s the well-known I-Force MAX combination setup. A 3.4-liter twin-turbo V6 engine and an electric motor are combined to produce 437 horsepower and 583 lb-ft. This combination is more than enough to provide powerful driving dynamics. You can also rely on the 12,000-pound maximum towing capacity.
You can expect to get up to 19 mpg in the city, and 24 mpg on the highway depending on how the engine is designed. Standard equipment includes a smooth 10-speed automatic transmission.
The interior of the 2024 Toyota Tundra Hybrid will be the same as that of the regular Tundra. The dashboard’s striking design elements are combined with many technological advances, premium materials, ergonomics, and exceptional ergonomics. The cabin is tall for a pickup truck and has very comfortable front seats.
Crew cabs are very accommodating and can comfortably fit two adults in the second row. The second row of the Double-cab model double cab is not very impressive. Many trim levels offer Tundra trucks with hybrid power, so if luxury is your goal, you should choose one of the top trim levels.
Toyota Tundra Hybrid 2024 will keep its current design. The 2022 MY will have the same design. According to reports, the new architecture will improve ride quality and overall truck capability. The brand’s current design language combines strong and aggressive visual solutions will not be changing.
You can expect to find higher trim levels in the hybrid version, which will bring you unique features, especially regarding looks. The TRD Pro, on the other hand, offers many mechanical improvements and unique design features. The TRD Pro, like all off-road trim levels, features improved mechanics, an aggressive design, skid plates, and many other unique features.
Engine, Power, & Performance
The current Toyota Tundra 2024 comes in hybrid and non-hybrid trims, as we all know. The i-Force Twin-Turbo V6 engine powers the non-hybrid trims. This engine can produce up to 389 horsepower and 479 pound-feet of torque. The base trim SR of the Toyota Tundra produces 358 hp and 406 lbft of torque, while the SR model generates 358 hp.
The i-Force Max Twin Turbo V6 engine and the hybrid system that produces a combined power output of 437 HP & 583 pound-feet are also available in the hybrid trims. All trims are available with either rear-wheel or four-wheel drive drivetrains, and a 10-speed automatic transmission.
The new Toyota Tundra is also very fast. The hybrid trim can go from 0-60 MPH in 6.1 seconds while the non-hybrid trim takes just 5.7 seconds. This Tundra delivers excellent performance. We expect that the next Toyota Tundra 2024 will have the same powertrain as the Tundra 2024.
The Toyota Tundra 2024 can tow up to 12,000 pounds, which is less than some of its competitors. The Ford F-150, which is its closest rival, can tow 14,000 pounds while the RAM 1500 can tow 12,750 pounds. It can even carry a weight of up to 40 kg, even if you consider its payload capacity. The Toyota Tundra 2024 will probably offer similar payload and towing capabilities.
Toyota Tundra has received several great safety features. These are listed below:
- Pre-collision system for pedestrian detection
- Full-speed range dynamic radar cruise control
- Lane Departure Warning and Steering Assist
- Lane tracing assistance
- Automatic high beam
- Road sign assistance
- Blind spot monitor, rear cross-traffic alert, and trailer merge warning
- Automatic braking and parking assist for front and rear
- There are eight airbags total, including the driver, passenger, knee, and curtain airbags.
- Rear door locks with child protection and power windows lockout controls
- Vehicle stability control
- Anti-lock brake system and traction control (TRAC).
- Hill start assistance control
- tire pressure monitoring system
- The front passenger and driver have active headrests
Infotainment & Connectivity Features
The Toyota Tundra is a popular choice for tech-savvy drivers because it offers a wide range of connectivity and infotainment features. The central hub of all the truck’s controls is the 14-inch touchscreen. Additionally, the base trim comes standard with an 8-inch touchscreen.
Toyota’s most recent software powers the infotainment system. It is intuitive and user-friendly and allows drivers to quickly access a variety of features such as navigation, music, and phone calls. It is compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, which allows users to seamlessly integrate their smartphone into the Tundra’s infotainment systems.
The new Tundra offers more than just the standard features. Many optional extras enhance the connectivity and infotainment experience. The Tundra offers a premium JBL sound system with crystal-clear audio quality and wireless charging to ensure that your devices are always charged.
The Toyota Tundra’s first feature is its digital rearview mirror. This feature replaces the traditional mirror with a high-resolution camera feed. It gives drivers a clearer and wider view of the road ahead. It’s particularly useful for pulling off-road or driving since it lets drivers see through any obstacles in the truck’s rearview.
2024 Toyota Tundra Hybrid Prices and Release Date
The 2024 Toyota Tundra Hybrid will be priced at $55,000. The price of the 2024 Toyota Tundra Hybrid will likely remain unchanged, despite minor upgrades from Toyota. We are eagerly awaiting the arrival of the new Tundra, which is expected to be in 2023. Tundra will be able to compete directly with popular trucks like the Ford F-150 and Ram 1500.