Along with teasing the 2024 Toyota Tacoma's different body styles, the company announced it'll be revealed on May 19.
Based on four silhouette images, the next-gen Taco will offer an extended cab, a crew cab, as well as short and long wheelbases.
One silhouette teases the low-profile roof rack and prominent sport bar that will be featured on the new Trailhunter model.
Whereas mid-size alternatives such as the recently redesigned Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon are only available in a one-size-fits-all body style, the upcoming 2024 Toyota Tacoma will continue to be offered in multiple configurations. These latest details are confirmed by four silhouettes Toyota today released as part of its onslaught of teasers leading up to the next-gen pickup trucks's upcoming reveal, which we now know will take place on May 19.
The outgoing Tacoma generation is available with an extended (a.k.a. Access) cab and a six-foot cargo bed as well as a crew (a.k.a. Double) cab with either a five- or six-foot bed. While we can't confirm the bed lengths will be exactly the same, we can tell by the images of the new Tacoma's side profile that there will be two cab styles and two bed lengths forming some combination of short and long wheelbases.
The quartet of silhouettes appears to show a TRD Pro model (seen above), with its identity given away by its elevated ride height. Previously, Toyota teased the popular off-road model's newly added disc brakes and suspension, the latter of which will feature Fox QS3 coil-overs with Toyota's signature red springs. Like the outgoing TRD Pro, we expect it'll only be offered with the crew cab and the short bed.
Toyota also gives the world a better look at the new Trailhunter model (seen below), which is configured with a crew cab and the longer box. This combination gives it the longest wheelbase of the bunch. Also visible from the Trailhunter's silhouette is a low-profile roof rack and a prominent sport bar, both of which could be supplied by ARB. The aftermarket company will also supply the Trailhunter's rear bumper and red tow hooks, as we learned in an earlier teaser.
With the 2024 Tacoma's official reveal only a couple of weeks away, we fully expect Toyota to keep rolling out teasers. Besides the ones already mentioned, we've learned the next-gen truck will be offered with a hybrid powertrain and that it will continue to be available with a six-speed manual transmission.
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