At the Chicago Auto Show, the premiere of the updated Tundra pickup and its platform SUV Sequoia from the Toyota Racing Development (TRD) sports unit took place.
A set of improvements for new products will be called TRD Sport. It includes other bumpers and radiator grilles, another design of rear-view mirror housings, 20-inch wheels, Bilstein shock absorbers, new anti-roll bars, and TRD nameplates on the body and in the interior.
"Sport" modifications are offered only with a 386-horsepower 8-cylinder powerplant 5.7. Versions can be either with full or with rear wheel drive.
Also, after restyling, the models will acquire LED headlights, adaptive cruise control, tracking systems for marking, warning of frontal collisions and auto-switching of the main beam to the near one. In addition, the Sequoia will have a new dashboard.
American Toyota dealers will receive updated cars and versions of TRD Sport in September.
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