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Imagine If Toyota Tundra Had Gone with a 2024 Tacoma Design, It Would Be Liquidator

If the Toyota Tundra had the 2024 Tacoma design, it would probably be a liquidator for sales.


The Toyota Tundra is a popular full-size pickup truck that has been around for over two decades. It is known for its reliability, durability, and off-road capability. However, the Tundra has been criticized for its outdated design and lack of features compared to its competitors.

For 2024, Toyota has redesigned the Tacoma, giving it a more aggressive and modern look. But what if Toyota had given the Tundra the same design treatment? Would it be a liquidator for sales?

Now the 2024 Toyota Tacoma has caused quite a stir in the world of pickup trucks. With its redesigned look and powerful i-FORCE MAX hybrid powertrain, it's turning heads and changing the game. In this article, we'll explore why the new Tacoma is making waves, discuss its key features, and answer some commonly asked questions about this remarkable vehicle.

Tacoma's Striking Redesign

The 2024 Toyota Tacoma boasts a striking redesign that's catching the eye of truck enthusiasts and beyond. The addition of chrome accents adds a touch of elegance to the rugged exterior. The chrome detailing adds a premium touch, making the Tacoma stand out on the road. It's a design that signals a move toward a more refined and upscale appearance.

Full-Time 4-Wheel Drive

One of the standout features of the 2024 Tacoma is its full-time 4-wheel drive system. This is a game-changer for those who want their truck to handle all types of terrain with ease. Whether you're navigating through tough off-road trails or dealing with inclement weather on the highway, the full-time 4-wheel drive provides added confidence and control.

The Missing Blacked-Out Midnight Edition

While the new Tacoma's design is undeniably impressive, some enthusiasts have expressed a desire for a blacked-out Midnight Edition. This would give the truck a sleek and edgy appearance that many would find appealing. Toyota has been known to introduce special editions, so there's hope that such a version might come in the future.

Interior Features and Display Integration

From a side profile, the Tacoma offers decent clearance, a crucial factor for off-road adventures. However, some have noted that the tacked-on display inside the cabin looks like an afterthought. For a more integrated and seamless interior, it's hoped that future generations of the Tacoma will have improved display integration.

The 2024 Toyota Tacoma: A Game-Changer

The 2024 Toyota Tacoma represents a significant leap forward for the Tacoma trucks. It's evident that Toyota has put in a lot of effort to make this pickup stand out from the competition. However, there's room for improvement, especially in terms of interior display integration and the potential for a Midnight Edition.

Models with the i-FORCE MAX Hybrid Powertrain

The hybrid i-FORCE MAX powertrain is a highlight of the 2024 Tacoma, producing an impressive 326 horsepower and 465 lb.-ft. of torque. This hybrid technology enhances both power and fuel efficiency, making it a fantastic choice for those who want to combine performance and eco-friendliness. The 2024 Tacoma Limited is the first to feature this hybrid powertrain, but other models include the Sport, Off Road, Trailhunter, and TRD Pro.

Speaking of TRD, here Torque News' “at night” video review of 2024 Toyota Tacoma TRD Off-Road.

Tax Incentives and the Tacoma Hybrid

While the hybrid Tacoma features an electric component, it's not a plug-in hybrid. This means it won't qualify for tax incentives that are typically associated with plug-in hybrids or electric vehicles. However, the improved fuel efficiency and reduced environmental impact make it an appealing choice for environmentally conscious buyers.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is the maximum towing capacity of the 2024 Toyota Tacoma with the hybrid i-FORCE MAX powertrain?

A: The 2024 Toyota Tacoma with the hybrid i-FORCE MAX powertrain can tow up to 6,500 lbs, making it a formidable choice for those who require towing capabilities.

Q: Is the 2024 Toyota Tacoma available with a blacked-out Midnight Edition?

A: As of now, Toyota has not introduced a blacked-out Midnight Edition for the 2024 Tacoma. However, given the demand for such editions, it's possible that Toyota may consider it in the future.

Q: Will the tacked-on display in the Tacoma's interior be integrated into the dash in future generations?

A: While it's not confirmed, it's a reasonable expectation that Toyota will work on improving the interior display integration in future generations of Tacoma.

So, the 2024 Toyota Tacoma is a game-changer in the world of pickup trucks. Its stunning redesign, powerful i-FORCE MAX hybrid powertrain, and full-time 4-wheel drive make it a top choice for truck enthusiasts. While it has room for improvement, it's undoubtedly a step in the right direction for Toyota's Tacoma lineup. Whether you're looking for power, efficiency, or adventure, the 2024 Tacoma has something to offer.

Do you like the new Tacoma redesign and would you like Toyota to employ the same approach toward designing the 2024 Tundra pickup truck? Please, share your opinion in the comments section below.


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Armen Hareyan is the founder and the Editor in Chief of Torque News. He founded in 2010, which since then has been publishing expert news and analysis about the automotive industry. He can be reached at Torque News TwitterFacebokLinkedin and Youtube. He has more than a decade of expertise in the automotive industry with special interest in Tesla and electric vehicles.

Image Credit: Screenshot from Motor City Maggie coverage of The 2024 Toyota Tacoma Limited i-FORCE MAX.


Isrrael Macías (not verified)    November 6, 2023 - 5:33PM

So we talking about the tundra or The Tacoma? Cus if u trying to talk about the Tacoma then there’s no need to bring up the tundra in anything at all. Like it’s makes no sense why talk shit about the tundra when there’s no need for it. Beside the tundra already has a new design so I don’t know what y’all even talking about? lol straight garbage.

Greg (not verified)    November 8, 2023 - 2:46PM

In reply to by Isrrael Macías (not verified)

They should have went with that design I have a 2020 model tundra and I would take nothing for it because the v8 is what I love! I would not give you two cents for a new tundra! But if they would have went with the body style from the Tacoma, that would be something to see.

Ray (not verified)    November 7, 2023 - 9:32PM

You wrote an article as if you are pretending to be either a Toyota expert, or at least an enthusiast, but then you only include a SINGLE, lame frontal quartering view of this new Tacoma? WTH is wrong with you? Earth to TorqueNews: it is 2023 and cameras are in every phone!