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2015 Toyota Tundra and Tacoma TRD Pro Series trucks get serious off-road capability

For 2015 Toyota is making it even more fun to get your Toyota Tundra or Tacoma pickup dirty with the new Pro Series TRD package.

Toyota Racing Development (TRD) takes the best parts from Toyota Baja racing teams and makes them available on the 2015 Tacoma and Tundra. The new TRD Pro Series packages offered direct from Toyota make serious off-road adventures irresistible. For those that want to take their trucks to the limit off the beaten path these new packages combine the best components and tuning. TRD, headquartered in Costa Mesa, CA, has been offering Toyota truck enhancements since 1979.
All TRD Pro Series vehicles including the Tacoma, Tundra, and 4-Runner get the following equipment upgrades:

2015 Toyota TRD Pro Series
• Bilstein shocks with remote reservoirs
• TRD-tuned front springs
• TRD front skid plate
• Unique front grille with “TOYOTA” badging (pays tribute to early iconic Toyota models)
• TRD floor mats
• TRD shift knobs
• Black wheels

The new 2015 Tundra TRD Pro Series gets an even longer list of advancements including:
• TRD-tuned springs with 2” lift for the front of the vehicle
• Decreased spring rate to improve ride quality over harsh terrain
• All-black 18-inch alloy wheels with Michelin ORP tires
• TRD dual exhaust system
• TRD PRO quarter panel bed stamping
• Unique interior seat color with red stitching
• Unique instrument panel ornament insert

The 2015 Tacoma with the full-whammy off-road enhancement kit is called by Toyota the Taco Supreme and comes with a similar list of features to the Tundra’s upgrades. Here is the complete list of modifications:
• TRD-tuned springs with 2” lift for the front
• Decreased spring rate
• 16-inch black beadlock-style wheels
• BFGoodrich® All-Terrain LT265/75R16 tires
• TRD Exhaust
• Black TRD PRO badge

For 2015 the Toyota TRD Pro Series trucks get a new red color called Inferno. Black and White are still offered. The new 2015 trucks roll out this fall.

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