Toyota has confirmed that it will reveal the redesigned 2024 Tacoma pickup on May 19.
The top-selling midsize pickup is the third of the Japanese brand's four body-on-frame vehicles sold in the U.S. to move onto Toyota Motor Corp.'s global F1 platform. They are known internally as the Four Brothers: the Tundra, Sequoia, Tacoma and 4Runner.
Toyota has released a series of teaser images in recent weeks, giving hints about the fourth-generation Tacoma in advance of the reveal. Included in those is confirmation that it will have an optional hybrid i-Force Max powertrain, as does the Tundra full-size pickup and Sequoia large SUV, tuned specifically to provide more power and towing capacity instead of just added fuel efficiency. The redesign is expected to be powered by a turbocharged 2.4-liter inline four-cylinder engine as well as the hybridized optional powertrain. It will be available with an optional manual transmission.