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2020 Toyota Tundra Limited Interior - a First Look With 6 Images

The Toyota Tundra is getting new upgrades that will make your driving life easier and safer. Get your first look at the 2020 Tundra Limited interior changes.

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The first wave of 2020 Toyota trucks and SUVs has started arriving, as the 2020 Toyota Tundra made its way to dealerships this week. This is an exciting time to be in the market for a new Toyota, as the company has announced many great upgrades to some of its most important models.

The 2020 Tundra, for example, while not having a major redesign, will offer some key improvements that will help drivers with safety, technology and convenience. I just had the opportunity to review the 2020 Tundra Limited trim level. Let’s look at interior updates.

2020 Toyota Tundra Limited Interior2020 Toyota Tundra has CarPlay and Android Auto

In order to establish itself as a leader in multimedia technology, Toyota needed to listen to continual customer feedback and offer both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto to their key models. Fortunately for us they did listen, and truck buyers will be thrilled.

Both Android Auto (Tundra is the first model to receive this) and Apple Carplay are standard on all 2020 Toyota Tundra trim levels. These popular applications should make navigation, searching for and playing music, and phone calls much safer and certainly more convenient.

Smart key is smart for 2020 Tundra

2020 Toyota Tundra Smart Key Push button Start

One of the biggest changes is the addition of smart key push button start to the 2020 Tundra. This is standard equipment on the 2020 Tundra Limited I reviewed.

The benefits are that you can easily open your doors, start your engine, turn off your engine and then lock your doors without ever having to take your smart key out of your pocket or bag or purse. It is easy.

No more fiddling to find your keys before being able to open your doors. Also, imagine you are coming out of a store at night in a dark parking lot. You will have peace of mind that you can quickly and safely open your door and get into your vehicle without taking time outside your truck to find your keys.

2020 Toyota Tundra Limited Touch ScreenLarger touch screen in Toyota Tundra

The 2020 Tundra features larger multimedia touch screens than in previous years. This was one of the main critiques I would hear about interior styling – the touch screen felt too small compared to the wide spacious Tundra interior.

On the Limited you will find an 8-inch touch screen. It allows passengers to see vehicle information, including navigation and your backup camera, much easier and more clearly.

2020 Tundra offers connected services

2020 Toyota Tundra Safety Connect

The term Toyota Connected Services refers to a series of services designed to make life easier and safer to drivers.

These connected services are available for an introductory free trial to allow drivers to see their benefit, and they include safety connect, service connect, wi-fi connect and remote connect.

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The 2020 Tundra TRD Pro is green

One of the color options for the 2020 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro is Army Green. This exclusive color is offered in the TRD Pro grade for 2020 Tacoma, 2020 4Runner and 2020 Sequoia as well.

Time for your thoughts

Note: the 2020 Tundra Limited I reviewed and shown in the cover picture has upgraded 20-inch Gunner alloy wheels and a TRD Off-Road package. The wheels are not normally all black.

2020 Toyota Tundra Limited Backup Camera

Which of the new updates is important to you on the 2020 Tundra and which ones will you use most often? When you next shop for a new vehicle, is it important to you if your model of choice includes Apple Carplay and Android Auto?

Thanks for reading everyone. See you next story where I am discussing how to choose between Toyota RAV4 XSE Hybrid vs Limited Hybrid.

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Jack (not verified)    September 1, 2019 - 12:29PM

Why anyone would buy a 2020 tundra is beyond me, ooo a push button starter and car play.

Any current Tundra owner

Ed (not verified)    September 1, 2019 - 6:06PM

Atta boy Toyo duh. It has taken you 12 plus years to catch up to what? Chevrolet? Key fobs? well, way to go. Are you really sure you can’t get another 5 years out of Entune? What a piece of junk. I love my Tundra but gee whiz you got to pull up the anchor every 2-3 years and make sure it didn’t rust off. Unfortunately a Limited Toyota has always been just that. This isn’t a third world country that just wants some gears. Giddy up! Lets spank those stupid Ford and Chevy trucks! I hope you’re diesel is not another token innovation.

Nick (not verified)    September 5, 2019 - 3:39AM

In reply to by Ed (not verified)

The reason Tundras are so amazing is Toyota doesn't go changing the recipe every 2-3 years. They have mastered the formula their goal is to continue to produce the most reliable vehicles on the planet. Chevy/Dodge/Ford are always trying to one-up each other and as a result their quality is in the toilet. Toyota's plan for decades has been to find something that works and stick with it for the express purpose of building the most reliable cars/trucks. They don't care about the Big 3. They only care about their quality...and I love them for it.

GW (not verified)    September 9, 2019 - 4:37PM

In reply to by Nick (not verified)

Agreed. Mine has 287k and not one mechanical issue...not one. I would have bought the '19 but am simply waiting for the '20 because it will also have the safety features. They may not have all the bells and whistles that the Big 3 offer but, then again, me personally, I'm buying for the reliability. When the U.S. starts making a vehicle that performs and lasts like a 'Yota...I'll buy. Until then, my money is going elsewhere.

Ben (not verified)    September 27, 2019 - 10:02AM

The Tundra is totally outdated. I grew sick of Toyotas arrogance not to upgrade the car. If the quality would be better, I'd switch to Ford or GMC in a heartbeat. My AIP system recently failed, and the repair on the Tundra is about 3-5k. The entire vehicle is almost unchanged since 2007.