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Why the 2020 Toyota Tundra Has Truck Buyers Seeing Army Green

The 2020 Toyota Tundra is ready to hit dealerships next month and Army Green is the color turning heads already. Find out why.
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Lately it has become a tradition for Toyota to release a new color exclusive to the Toyota TRD Pro lineup. This year is definitely no exception. Ladies and gentlemen, meet Army Green.

Line up to get your 2020 Toyota Tundra Army Green

Toyota Racing Development (TRD) is Toyota’s performance wing dedicated to delivering incredible performance both on city streets and stretches of highway, as well as off-roading on the toughest of terrain.

You will find the TRD Pro lineup in full force this fall with the 2020 Tacoma, 4Runner, Sequoia and the Toyota Tundra filling out this impressive roster. The 2020 TRD Pro exclusive color for all 4 Toyota trucks and SUVs is Army Green, and truck enthusiasts are lining up to get theirs as soon as possible. Especially for the 2020 Tundra.

What do the People Say About 2020 Tundra Army Green

I hear plenty of feedback every day from both my Torque News readers and my Toyotajeff YouTube channel viewers, and the word is most definitely out about this brand-new color turning heads and causing waves.

“Toyota nailed it with Army Green. I need this!” Said one YouTube viewer.

2020 Toyota Tundra two trucks front view

One reader plans on being among the first to get his hands on the new 2020 Tundra TRD Pro. “I want to be the first one on Atlantic Beach to have the Army Green TRD Pro.”

“When can I order the Army Green?” Asked one anxious 2020 Tundra buyer.

What is the real take home message about 2020 Toyota Tundra

There is more excitement this year for one single color choice than at any other time I can remember in the 15 years I have followed Toyota vehicles. A 2020 Tacoma TRD Pro. The all-new 2020 Sequoia TRD Pro. A 2020 4Runner TRD Pro. And the 2020 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro. Now THIS is a formidable collection.

This leaves us with one lingering and burning question. You have decided on Army Green as your color choice. Now how in the world will you decide which Toyota truck or SUV to buy?

Thanks for reading everyone. Do you have your eyes on a Tacoma, a Tundra, a 4Runner or a Sequoia in the next year? Will you consider Army Green for you and your family?

See you next story where I am discussing the 2020 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro color choices.

Jeff Teague is a Toyota news reporter at Torque News. You can reach Jeff on Facebook and Instagram. Twitter @toyotajeff1 and tweet him tips for new stories. Jeff also shares Toyota news videos on his Youtube Channel at ToyotaJeff1.


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Comments

I can’t believe Toyota still hasn't made a body style change even in the 2020 Tundra.
Body style is not the issue its a very attractive truck problem is it guzzles gas and the tech features are non existent. If Toyota had the balls to upgrade the interior and tech, improve gas milage and still have have that body style I'd trade in my new F150 immediately.
My radio sux in my 2019 tundra pro.
When you got a good horse you give it the spurs
“I’m going to write an article about an army green color and then use a picture of a white truck because I’m a genius!”
Still no body redesign come on toyota
Put it on all cars and if you can hunter green would be a cool color to all Toyota cars
"hey let's do an article on Toyota's new colour!" "Should we find a picture?" "No just go with the white"
So the article is about army green but has a picture of a white truck? C'mon, try harder.
To add to that, not even one effing picture of an army green truck? Okay, so you didn't try at all! #jalopnik
I know they're using the old FJ Cruiser colors for the TRD Pros every year so I'm hoping next year is the Sun Fusion Yellow. Only other ones left that make sense are the Magma Orange and the Brick and Black Cherry Reds.
I know they're using the old FJ Cruiser colors for the TRD Pros every year so I'm hoping next year is the Sun Fusion Yellow. Only other ones left that make sense are the Magma Orange and the Brick and Black Cherry Reds.
Still the worst gas mileage of any truck.