2014 Tundra Gets Better Exterior Design Based on Customer Feedbacks

August 06, 2013 / by / 0 Comment

2014 TundraFull size pickup truck owners are already aware of the functionality and versatility of the Toyota Tundra but the automaker has decided to take the driving experience to the next level with better exteriors and interiors. Toyota has already announced that the new 2014 Toyota Tundra will have better appearance which is something that most buyers want.

The automaker mentioned that they have received several feedbacks and suggestions from their customers and they have decided to make 2014 Tundra a perfect American pickup truck for American pickup truck buyers.

Toyota said that the new 2014 Tundra gets better exterior design based on customer’s feedback giving users what they really want.

The car maker also said that this will be the first Tundra after 2007 that will be redesigned from inside and outside as well to meet the changing demands of the consumers. The new design has been created in collaboration with the Calty Design Research center. The front side of the vehicle gets new hood and grille that makes the car look more chiseled and offers modern industrial image. The grille has been changed to make the car look taller and bolder and is connected with the upper intake and lower bumper. The fenders and wheel wells are squared off to make it look wide and sturdy. It also gets new bed design that offers chiseled character lines on the side profile along with new tailgate and integrated spoiler that improves fuel efficiency. All beds are now 22.2 inches deep and new Tundra offers easy lower and lift tailgate.

The new 2014 Toyota Tundra will also have more exterior colors and will be available in eight different colors including three new colors Attitude Black Metallic, Sunset Bronze Mica and Blue Ribbon Metallic while the other six popular colors will continue.

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