The driver of the Toyota pickup inconsiderately crawled into the carpool lane at less than 10 mph.
The Tundra in question is also adorned with a host of off-roading parts that make it all that more unique.
The new engine would reportedly produce around 450 hp and 500 lb-ft of torque.
The owner of this specific Toyota Tundra averaged a little over 83,300 miles per year.
Besides the Tundra, we can expect a redesigned Sienna and possibly an all-new crossover.
Toyota is reportedly developing a new platform to underpin all of its global pickups including the Tundra and Tacoma.
The redesigned Tundra could arrive in time for the 2021 model year.
The full-size Sequoia is, as we suspected, the ‘TRD Pro beast’ Toyota will display in Chicago.
For the first time, no cars made the list of vehicles with the lowest depreciation.
To be fair, the F-350 was clearly better equipped than the Tundra to deal with this situation.
Toyota has a plan to boost sales of the Tundra but has no illusions of catching up with the best-sellers.
The automaker kept its promise and handed Allyn Pierce the keys to a brand new Tundra TRD Pro.