Toyota fans and enthusiasts are looking forward to getting their first looks in person at the exclusive Toyota TRD Pro Army Green color on several of their 2020 models. This is the color chosen to represent only TRD Pro models for 2020 4Runner, 2020 Sequoia, 2020 Tacoma and also 2020 Tundra.
The Tundra is interesting because it comes with some important safety, convenience and technology updates that will make life a little easier and more fun while driving.
Pick your cab size with 2020 Tundra
One of the things that Tundra buyers will appreciate the most is the ability to choose cab size with the 2020 Tundra TRD Pro. You can pick between the traditional CrewMax cab that features a larger back seat and a 5 ½ foot bed and new-for-this-year Double Cab that comes with a smaller back seat but a longer 6 ½ foot bed.
2020 Tundra has multimedia updates
Go back about 2-3 years and ask a Toyota fan what they would like to see on their new vehicle. You would probably start hearing comments about adding Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. This clamoring has only continued to grow to bring these people applications to all Toyota sedans, trucks and SUVs. In-vehicle technology is becoming a bigger part of the car-buying criteria every year.
For the first time, the 2020 Toyota Tundra will include both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay in all trucks across all trim levels. In addition, the TRD Pro will feature an 8-inch multimedia touch screen.
Smart Key brings convenience and safety to 2020 Tundra
One of the nice things about a Toyota Smart Key is that if you have your hands full as you approach your vehicle, the doors will automatically unlock when you put your hand on the door handle. Talk about convenience.
Also, it brings safety and peace of mind to people. No more wasted time fumbling for your keys in your purse or pants pocket.
Of course, the main benefit is the push button start feature. With a Smart Key you can literally unlock your vehicle, start your engine, turn it off, and lock it back up again without even touching the Smart Key. You just need to have it with you.
Fortunately, the 2020 Tundra TRD Pro features standard Smart Key. It comes with auto unlock door handles on both the driver and passenger sides as well.
Time for your thoughts on 2020 Tundra
The 2020 Toyota Tundra comes standard with a 5.7-liter V8 engine that delivers 381 horsepower and 401 lb.-ft. torque. Factory MSRP for the TRD Pro Double Cab is $48,505 and for the CrewMax it is $52,780.
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You can now find 2020 Toyota Tundra trucks arriving daily at your local dealerships.
What do you think of the Army Green color? Do you think it looks best on the 2020 Tacoma, 2020 Tundra, 2020 Sequoia or 2020 4Runner? Will you be in the market for a new Toyota truck or SUV in the near future?
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