2020 Toyota Tundra Baja comes as a part of the new line Toyota introduced on Chicago Automobile Program 2014 called Toyota TRD line of vehicles. That line includes Tundra Baja, Tacoma, and 4Runner, every one of them specific at its own way, but all of them important as heavy-load and off-road truck for special usage. However, they said that these vehicles will be improved in term of safety and engine performances. Toyota, on the other hand, has not planned to replace their vehicles with hybrid ones, as Ford announced recently.
There should be impressive changes in the design of 2020 Toyota Tundra Baja, but the first important change is making this model larger and more squared. The front grille should be redesigned with a new logo and sharpen LED front lights on the sides, while the edges and lines should be more stylized and softener.
There are no much changes that are expected in 2020 Toyota Tundra Baja, except few improvements of the usual equipment that this model has. That means that design of the cabin comes almost unchanged, since there are no larger changes in shape and dimensions of the truck, so the manufacturer has not invested much in that field for now. When it comes to the equipment it should be upgraded version of the current one.
2020 Toyota Tundra Baja comes with the same engines than the current model, meaning that base model has a 5.7-liter V8 strong motor with 383 horsepower of strength. There should be another option with 4.6-liter with 310 horsepower, too. However, as if that is not enough, there are rumors that Baja could come with optional averagely strong 4.0-liter with 270 horsepower. This engine will be matched with the five-speed automatic transmission, while first two should be paired with six-speed automatic transmission only. However, there are no changes in performances of the engine as well as fuel economy, but those engines are made to be driven on mud, dust along with usual city driving, so take that in mind, too.
2020 Toyota Tundra Baja Release Date and Price
Even though the manufacturer has not said when the new 2020 Toyota Tundra Baja will be on the market, or at least which Auto Show will see the final version of it, we can only guess that it will be after the third quarter of the next year, since that it fits Toyota’s usual calendar. The price should be the same as for the current model, from $26,000 to $47,000 with all equipment. Usual competitors are large trucks, like Ford F-150, but remember that Ford has planned to reveal the whole new line of the engines which should be the most competitive than every other truck now.