NEXT STAGE: Addition in 2021
Toyota is modifying the Tacoma TRD Pro for 2022 to boost off-road capabilities, adding Fox Shocks and suspension components to add 1.5 inches of additional lift in front and 0.5 inch in the rear.
Toyota is also improving the Trail Edition trim it introduced last year for 2022. The 4x4-only trim features new lockable bed storage options, including an insulated storage option on the driver's side of the bed that can double as a cooler. The pickup's bed also features a 120-volt power outlet.
NEXT STAGE: Redesign in 2023
The Tacoma’s domination of the midsize pickup segment and its continued sales success give testament to the adage “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” But eventually, every design and technology begins to show its age. Last freshened in 2019, the Tacoma will finally be redesigned in 2023, onto the F1 platform, which should help it address some long-standing shortcomings, including its seating position and cabin technology. The redesigned Tacoma will get a full-hybrid powertrain tuned to provide additional torque and horsepower on demand, along with fuel-savings, that should help cement its position in the segment for some time.
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