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Fans Optimistic (and Freaking Out a Little) After 2022 Toyota Tundra Interior Pictures Revealed

If fan reactions from revealed interior pics are any indication of next-gen 2022 Tundra popularity – look out!

Toyota is slowing revealing information on 2022 Tundra. One piece of information at a time. Tundra fans do not seem so patient.

Frankly, many of them are ready to buy a next-gen Toyota truck after seeing the latest Tundra interior teaser pictures.

2022 Tundra interior

2022 Toyota Tundra interior multimedia

You see, what 2022 Tundra interior will look like and what technology and multimedia capabilities it will come with has been a serious wild card.

What I mean is that fans have kind of been holding their collective breaths – at least as far as Tundra interior goes.

Toyota Tundra interior has, at least in the minds of many, fallen behind that of other full-size truck competitors. Many fans feel 2021 Tundra interior styling and features are outdated and in need of serious upgrades.

When Toyota released a panoramic teaser picture last week offering a glimpse at next-gen 2022 Toyota Tundra interior, I felt as though those holding their breath could now breathe a sigh of relief.

Interior styling is sharp and modernized. Much larger multimedia screens. Red interior options of some sort. Powerful JBL audio system. And probably much more.

You can see why Tundra fans are excited.

Fans comment on 2022 Toyota Tundra

2022 Toyota Tundra interior multimedia passenger side

Fan reaction has been strong on ToyotaUSA social media platforms. I love what I see from 2022 Tundra interior so far. And I was pleased to read these comments from fans.

Notoriouscela said. “I am ready to sell my liver for this.” Maybe with some fava beans and a nice Chianti, Notriouscela?

“I love these 3 shot teasers so much. Cannot WAIT to order my Pro.” Said an excited mp_yo.

A fired-up betomtzjr commented. “Can’t wait! I have a 2020 4Runner but thinking 2022 Tundra!?”

Jtkreative_design may be in need of help. “Our Army Green Pro only has 8000 miles on it and I’m starting to get jealous… I may need an intervention…” I have your back if you really do need the intervention.

“This is so exciting! TOYOTA has finally decided to get into the game! Again, totally on board with this truck...” Added 777flying.

“Finally, a driver side handle!” Looks like adamroz got their wish.

2022 Toyota Tundra interior multimedia driver side

“A red racing stripe steering wheel... you have my attention.” Said ohnotuono. Yes, indeed. And probably accompanied by red seating to some degree too.

These people seem pleased with what they have seen so far. Even if it is just a teaser.

What do you think?

Time for your Toyota Tundra comments

Thanks for reading everyone.

How do you feel about what you have learned so far with next-gen Tundra? Are you impressed with exterior body design and styling? Or maybe Tundra interior has your attention more?

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Stephen F (not verified)    June 27, 2021 - 7:32PM

The “red racing stripe” on the steering wheel is not a racing stripe and probably has nothing to do with red seats. What we’re seeing is a shot of the TRD pro steering wheel with a centering mark at the 12 o clock position. Many modified offroad cars and trucks with racing steering wheels have this mark so the driver can easily tell where the wheel is pointed. The Ford Raptor has this, even. Makes total sense for the Pro to have this.

William (not verified)    June 29, 2021 - 12:09AM

I rushed right out.....and bought the last V8 Triple Black 21 in my State!! Enjoy your infotainment system that will glitch constantly, premium gas prices and Turbo maintenance. There's a reason 100 and 200 series Land Cruisers have skyrocketed in value

JB (not verified)    June 29, 2021 - 9:06AM

The interior picture was strategically chosen and contains hints on the new features and I believe performance of the new Tundra. Frame the photo with the text from post…”whatever your thinking, think bigger”. The navigation screen is the focal point of the photo, definite size increase from the old Tundra and taunting the larger screens now standard in most competing trucks. Now the important part is the red racing stripe on the steering wheel. Is this hinting at an coordinated interior color? In my opinion, hell no it’s not, it is a hint at performance. The Ford Raptor has the same marking and cranks out 450 HP and 510 torque and is the number one competitor for the TRD Pro. For Toyota to be competitive or a “world beater” they have to compete in performance and horsepower against the Raptor. This red mark indicates the Tundra will do exactly that and “think bigger” would indicate more HP/Torque performance.

Bruce Koch (not verified)    June 29, 2021 - 7:41PM

Bigger is not always better
I have had 4 Toyota trucks each better than the previous. My current truck is a 2017 Ridgeline that does 95 percent of my needs, so I will consider the new Tundra. I need function, reliability and good gas mileage. Forget silly plastic front ends, oversized wheels, testosterone influenced sheet metal, and most of all a moonroof. My 2010 Tundra was great except for the 5.7L fuel costs.