The Japanese based automaker Toyota has recently announced its plans to introduce a “redesigned” version of the Tundra during the 2013 Chicago Auto Show, later on this.
According to the car manufacturer, a redesigned version of the Toyota Tundra will be officially presented to the public on the 7th of February, 2013, during the Chicago Auto Show. Even if the updated truck has been officially announced by the carmaker, we don’t have any official images of the upcoming model and the company isn’t saying anything about it for the moment, except the fact that it will be “redesigned”, which probably means that it will be a new generation.
Developing a new generation of the Toyota Tundra is obvious if we consider the fact that the outgoing has made its public debut back in 2006, during the same Chicago Auto Show. The Toyota Tundra is going against some of the most popular trucks over-seas like the Ram 1500, the Ford F-150, the GMC Sierra or the Chevrolet Colorado. Additional details on the upcoming 2014 Toyota Tundra are limited for the moment and will be announced on the 7th of February, during the Chicago Auto Show.