Toyota has three off-roaders lined up for the 2018 Chicago Auto Show, which opens in two weeks from now, on February 8.
However, nothing is known about them so far, except that they’re the “next batch of trail-ready four-wheels”, but zooming in on the picture that accompanies the announcement reveals the 4Runner, Tacoma, and Tundra.
This probably means that all three vehicles have received some off-road enhancements, as part of what could be an updated TRD Pro Series Accessories package. Depending on the selected model, the package currently includes special shock absorbers, tuned front springs, skid plates, exhaust system, unique alloy wheels, floor mats, and shift knobs.
Later on, Toyota might bring back the FJ Cruiser, after “getting a lot of requests” from customers, according to the brand’s North America CEO, Jim Lentz. The official talked to MotorTrend in Detroit last week, confirming that “there’s room for an authentic small off-road SUV”, which would be “frame-based”.