Toyota Shows Off 2022 Tundra TRD Pro Interior and Drive Modes in New Clip

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Photo credit: Toyota
Photo credit: Toyota

As we await the official debut of the 2022 Tundra, Toyota continues to release new teaser images highlighting the pickup's features. Earlier photo drops detailed the exterior design of the truck, as well as some interior bits such as a panoramic sunroof. Now, we have another chance to preview some of the features destined for the 2022 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro model.

Thanks to the new video recently uploaded by Toyota, several new interior features of the new Tundra TRD Pro have come to light. We now know that the truck will arrive with a rotary dial that cycles between drive modes. Specifically tailored for off-roading action, the dial features settings for Toyota’s Multi-Terrain Select and Downhill Assist Control software. The latter is paired with a Crawl feature as well, while Tow/Haul mode rounds out the drive mode options. The truck also appears to feature a fully digital display, as is seen when drive modes are adjusted in the clip. This display even gives us a quick peek at the truck’s profile, which looks rather rugged with those new swollen fenders.

The TRD Pro model also appears to be getting an attractive set of seats, finished in red leather and accented by trim-specific stitching. Customers can also expect a large wireless charge pad to find its way to the TRD Pro model, though that’s a feature we’d like to see proliferate the whole range.

Toyota has yet to give us a specific release date for the new Tundra, though we have been told at this point that it will debut in the fall. With these planned teasers expected to keep coming, we might end up knowing quite a lot about this truck before it arrives. For those looking for more details, check out our list of everything we know about the 2022 Tundra.

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