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New 2020 Toyota Tundra – Payload and Towing
Built to tow and haul
Tundra’s strong core helps you tow over 10,000 lbs. A heavy-duty TripleTech frame features an integrated tow hitch receiver, plus a trailer hitch that utilizes 12 high-strength bolts that go directly into the frame. Add staggered, outboard-mounted shocks to smoothen the ride and an i-FORCE 5.7L V8, and get ready to flex some muscle. To help you keep an eye on Tundra’s vitals is a combination meter, which includes a voltmeter, coolant temperature, fuel and engine oil pressure gauge. And Tundra has been SAE J2807-rated since 2010—adopting the standard tow ratings as set by the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE).
38-Gallon fuel tank
The workday doesn’t stop for gas, and neither do you. With Tundra’s available 38-gallon fuel tank—the largest in its segment— you can rest assured that you’ve got the fuel you need for life’s longer hauls.
TOW/HAUL Mode and 4-/7-Pin connector
Tundra’s 4-/7-pin connector is integrated into the rear bumper and is ready for any compatible trailer. So all you have to do is hitch up, plug in and haul out. There are more ways to tow jumbo toys, thanks to the powerful TOW/HAUL Mode. It intelligently holds lower gears longer, so Tundra won’t keep shifting or "hunting" for the right gear when towing. This system also increases throttle response, pulling power and engine braking, helping you tow with confidence.
Integrated Trailer Brake Controller/Trailer-Sway Control
Big trucks tow big toys, which is why Tundra’s available Integrated Trailer Brake Controller (ITBC) and standard Trailer-Sway Control (TSC) are so important. These features not only let you adjust the amount of trailer braking based on the weight of the trailer, but they also detect trailer sway and apply brake pressure at individual wheels to help keep everything stabilized.Compatible trailer required.
Load up the truck bed
Long or short, Tundra’s open bed makes it easy to haul almost anything you can think of. When properly equipped, Tundra has a payload capacity of up to 1730 lbs.
Deck rail system
Pile it on: Tundra can take it. The available deck rail system incorporates four adjustable tie-down cleats, each rated at 220 lbs., to help keep your cargo secure.
New 2020 Toyota Tundra – Interior and Utility
1794 Edition interior
With more than just muscle, the 1794 Edition CrewMax represents a leap forward in full-size truck luxury. This is everything you want in a premium truck, and maybe more. Every part of the interior has been refined, from the premium perforated leather-trimmed seats with heated and ventilated front seats, to the wood-grain-style accents that add to its classic Western look.
The Platinum CrewMax excels at transporting passengers in the lap of luxury. As you slide into the premium quilted and perforated leather-trimmed seating with heated and ventilated front seats, you’ll appreciate a vehicle that’s as comfortable as it is capable.
The optimal blend of functionality and comfort, Tundra’s spacious cabin gives you and your crew plenty of room to stretch out. Premium materials are used throughout for an upscale feel, and an intuitive-control layout puts your tech right where you need it.
Opt for available front bucket seats, and you’ll get a large center center console with a covered storage compartment. A 12V auxiliary power outlet is also there whenever you need to plug in.
Fold-up rear seats
To create even more usable cabin space, the rear seats in the Double Cab and CrewMax fold up, instead of flat. This not only creates more room; it also makes it easier to load cargo.
Rear power window
Let the outside in. Tundra’s class-exclusive available power vertical window lets you roll the entire rear glass all the way down with the simple press of a button.
New 2020 Toyota Tundra – Tundra TRD Pro
18-In. forged BBS
Standard on every Tundra TRD Pro is a set of forged-aluminum BBS wheels that reduce unsprung mass by 3.35 lbs. per wheel. Not only does this help improve cornering response, but it also enhances overall ride quality.
TRD-Tuned FOX suspension
This is the real deal. Up front, TRD-tuned springs coil themselves around heavy-duty FOX shocks. Tuned by TRD, these shocks feature a beefy 46-mm piston and 11 bypass zones to help control the front wheels’ extra 1.5 inches of travel. The rear gets two extra inches of travel, plus equally massive FOX shocks with 12 bypass zones and 2.5-in. piggyback reservoirs.
Aluminum skid plate
¼-in. thick and tough as nails, the TRD aluminum skid plate helps armor the underside of Tundra TRD Pro. It looks good, too, with TRD lettering for extra attitude.
A tuned dual exhaust
Tundra TRD Pro comes standard with a dual exhaust featuring black chrome exhaust tips. This mandrel-bent exhaust not only amplifies this truck’s good looks; it also unleashes the growl of the powerful 5.7-liter V8.
Rigid Industries fog lights
Designed for an OEM-perfect fit, these Rigid Industries LED fog lights pack a lot of brightness into a compact package. Rugged construction and a 35-degree wide-angle beam pattern help ensure you have light when, and where, you need it.
Inside, the driver and front passenger seats are branded with the TRD Pro logo, and leather-trimmed seating lets everyone ride in style. Red contrast stitching accents the dash, seats and armrests, bringing just the right amount of flair. A TRD shift knob, TRD Pro-branded floor mats and center-console emblem help complete this interior’s bold, distinctive look.
New 2020 Toyota Tundra – The Tundra TRD Family
20-In. TRD Sport Package alloy wheels
When you look this good, it’s okay to show off a little. That’s why Tundra TRD Sport rides on bold 20-in. TRD Sport Package alloy wheels.
TRD Sport Bilstein shocks
Tundra features three separate climate control zones, a digital display, plus easy-to-use controls. This system is also smart enough to automatically adjust all three zones at once, so no one will be too hot or cold.
TRD Sport-Tuned anti-sway bars
Exclusive to Tundra TRD Sport is a unique set of sport-tuned anti-sway bars featuring a solid 36-mm sway bar up front and a solid 25-mm rear sway bar. Designed to optimize on-road street performance, these parts deliver sharper turn-in response, flatter cornering and more heartbeats per minute.
TRD Off-Road Package 18-In. wheels
The TRD Off-Road Package flexes its style on- and off-road with these athletic 18-in. wheels. Constructed from cast aluminum and wrapped in Michelin all-terrain tires, this wheel package ensures Tundra TRD Off-Road looks its best wherever it goes.
TRD Off-Road Bilstein shocks
Tundra TRD Off-Road gets a unique suspension all its own. 46-mm monotube-type Bilstein struts sit at all four corners, with dual-rate coil springs up front and unique dual-rate leaf springs in the rear. This beefy suspension lets this truck take on the punishing stuff without the punishing ride.
TRD Off-Road skid plate
Bringing added protection to your next off-road adventure is a standard system of off-road skid plates. Designed with the perfect fit, these steel plates protect Tundra’s engine and transfer case. A resin cover helps armor up the fuel tank.
New 2020 Toyota Tundra – Performance
Powerful front brakes
A big part of controlling a trailer is having the ability to stop it. Massive 13.9-in. front brake rotors and beefy 4-piston front brake calipers help Tundra keep speeds in check—even when hauling those heavy loads.
Massive ring gear
To handle the torque of Tundra’s i-FORCE 5.7L V8, our engineers fitted the rear differential with a massive 10.5-in. ring gear. This allows use of an aggressive 4.30 rear axle ratio to help amplify and transfer to the ground the 401 lb.-ft. of torque the 5.7L V8 produces.
i-FORCE 5.7L V8 (346 cu. in.)
381 hp and 401 lb.-ft. of torque, a 6-speed automatic transmission, plus a standard Tow Package with added engine and transmission oil coolers equal heavy-duty towing capability.
Automatic Limited-Slip Differential
Standard on all Tundras, Auto LSD works like a traditional limited-slip differential—with a high-tech twist. Instead of controlling slip mechanically, Auto LSD applies brakes individually to wheels with no traction. And unlike Traction Control, it doesn’t cut engine power. This helps give you control and distributes power where it’s most effective. Best of all, because the system utilizes the brake system, there are no extra components that add to overall ownership costs.
Active Traction Control
Tundra models equipped with 4WD include an A-TRAC system that optimizes traction across the front and rear axles simultaneously, helping improve grip on low-traction surfaces. This A-TRAC system also allows full use of the 2-speed transfer case, so you always have on-demand access to Tundra’s incredible torque.
New 2020 Toyota Tundra – Technology
Apple CarPlay compatibility
Bring along a familiar face. Now with Apple CarPlay compatibility, Tundra allows you to use your compatible iPhone with the audio multimedia system to get directions, make calls, send and receive messages, and listen to music, all while staying focused on the road, paved or not. Screen depiction accurate as of summer 2019.
With Tundra’s available 8-in. high-resolution touch-screen display and Integrated Navigation, you’ll find your way, no problem.
Available Smart Key System
The available Smart Key System is a convenient piece of technology that lets you unlock the front doors without taking your keys out of your pocket or purse.
Push Button Start
Tundra can sense the Smart Key System key fob nearby, so all it takes is the push of a button to start and stop the engine.
By pairing your compatible Android phone with Tundra, you can access your Google Assistant, get real-time traffic alerts, make and receive phone calls, listen to your favorite soundtrack or find a place to eat—all with just your voice.
The customizable 4.2-in. Multi-Information Display (MID) provides odometer, tripmeter, instant/average fuel economy, distance to empty, average speed, trip timer, and an Integrated Trailer Brake Controller (ITBC) monitoring screen. All this right where the driver needs it most: right in front of them.
New 2020 Toyota Tundra – Connected Services
Toyota’s Remote Connect feature allows you to access select vehicle capabilities from your mobile device. Locking and unlocking doors, starting and stopping the engine, and finding and monitoring vehicle status are all possible through the Toyota Remote Connect app. One-year trial included. Apple Watch shown.
When you enable Wi-Fi Connect services powered by AT&T, you can turn your Tundra into a hotspot with 4G connectivity. This feature allows up to five (5) devices to stay connected to your favorite apps for work or play while conserving battery power and data for every device. Wi-Fi Connect with up to 2 GB within three-month trial.
When the unexpected occurs, Safety Connect is ready to help. Drivers can be connected to our 24/7 response center at the touch of a button. In case of an accident or emergency, an agent can notify local emergency services to request dispatch to the vehicle’s location. You also get 24/7 Roadside Assistance and a Stolen Vehicle Locator, to give you peace of mind that help is on the way so you can be on yours.
Take the stress out of being in unfamiliar territory. Destination Assist connects you with a live agent to help you locate places to go and things to do. One-year trial included.
Stay up to date with your Tundra’s information. Standard Service Connect provides you with data such as mileage, fuel level and service history. Enable maintenance alerts and receive maintenance reminders that can also be sent to your preferred dealer for extra convenience. Ten-year trial included.
New 2020 Toyota Tundra – Engineering and Design
Proving it for over 50 years
With a lineage that goes back more than 50 years and iconic nameplates like Land Cruiser and Hilux, Toyota trucks have come to define the word "tough." And there are few things tougher than the 2020 Toyota Tundra full-size pickup. With its powerful 5.7-liter V8 and overbuilt drivetrain, properly equipped Tundras can tow over 10,000 lbs. Grades like Tundra Platinum and 1794 Edition mean you can haul all that cargo in style and comfort too. So whether you’re looking to haul lumber to the worksite or simply haul through the desert, there’s a 2020 Tundra built just for you.
Assembled in Texas
A dedicated team proudly assembles every Tundra in San Antonio, Texas.* In fact, the 1794 Edition takes its name from the year the ranch on which the Toyota plant now sits was founded. We are committed for the long haul to offering the most capable full-size pickup truck on the planet.*Assembled in Texas with U.S. and globally sourced parts.
Engineered for the U.S.
The journey continues in Michigan, where engineering teams work on the mighty Tundra. Michigan is home to some of the harshest conditions a truck could ever face, allowing the engineering team to make sure Tundra can tackle everything the weekend, the worksite and your family can throw at it.
Styled in California and Michigan
Before it rolls down the assembly line or appears in a showroom, Tundra is styled in California and Michigan. We created Tundra with the American consumer in mind right from the start. Inspiration came from all over the nation in designing the legendary Tundra.
New 2020 Toyota Tundra – Standard Toyota Safety Sense™ P (TSS-P)
Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection
Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection (PCS w/PD) is designed to help keep the road safe by detecting a vehicle or a pedestrian in certain situations. By combining millimeter-wave radar with a camera capable of shape recognition, the system provides an audio/visual alert, warning you of a possible collision under certain circumstances. If you don’t react, the system is designed for automatic braking support to help mitigate the potential for a collision.
Lane Departure Alert
Under certain circumstances, Lane Departure Alert (LDA) is designed to help detect lane departure on roads with visible lane markings. LDA only activates when you’re traveling at a speed of 32 mph or faster. When you hear and see the alert, after carefully checking the road around you, safely direct your vehicle back to the center of your lane.
Automatic High Beams
The Automatic High Beams (AHB) feature is a safety system designed to help you see more clearly at night — without distracting other drivers. Designed to activate at speeds above 25 mph, AHB relies on an in-vehicle camera to help detect the headlights of oncoming vehicles and taillights of preceding vehicles, then automatically toggles between high and low beams accordingly to provide the appropriate amount of light. By using high beams more frequently, the system may allow for earlier detection of pedestrians and obstacles.
Dynamic Radar Cruise Control
Intended for highway use and similar to "constant speed" cruise control, Dynamic Radar Cruise Control (DRCC) lets you drive at a preset speed. DRCC is designed to function at speeds of 25-110 mph and uses vehicle-to-vehicle distance control, which is designed to adjust your speed, to help you maintain a preset distance from the vehicle ahead of you that is driving at a slower speed. DRCC uses a front-grille-mounted radar and an in-vehicle camera designed to detect vehicles and their distance. If a driver is traveling slower than you, or within your preset range, DRCC is designed to automatically slow your vehicle down without deactivating cruise control. If DRCC determines you need to slow down more, an audio and visual alert notifies you and brakes are applied. When there’s no longer a vehicle driving slower than your preset speed in front of you, DRCC will then accelerate to the preset speed and regular cruise control will resume.
New 2020 Toyota Tundra – Safety and Convenience
Standard backup camera
Tundra’s standard backup camera helps make hitching up that boat a bit easier. When you shift into Reverse, the 7-in. or available 8-in. touch-screen displays an image of what the camera sees behind you.
Blind Spot Monitor with Rear Cross-Traffic Alert
As the first full-size pickup to offer Blind Spot Monitor (BSM) with Rear Cross-Traffic Alert (RCTA), Tundra continues to redefine the segment. When the available Blind Spot Monitor (BSM) detects a vehicle, it illuminates a warning indicator on the appropriate outside mirror to alert you to the presence of another vehicle, helping you to determine when it’s safe to change lanes. Rear Cross-Traffic Alert (RCTA) works in much the same way. When you slowly back out of a driveway or parking spot, it provides audible and visual indicators to help warn you of approaching vehicles.
Star Safety System
Tundra comes standard with the Star Safety System, a suite of six advanced safety features that includes Vehicle Stability Control (VSC), Traction Control (TRAC), Anti-lock Brake System (ABS), Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD), Brake Assist (BA) and Smart Stop Technology (SST).
Tundra comes equipped with driver and front outboard passenger airbags, side curtain and front seat-mounted side airbags.
To help keep children safe and secure, Tundra has LATCH, which stands for "Lower Anchors and Tethers for CHildren." With lower anchors on the outboard rear seats and a tether anchor on the rear center seat, LATCH allows you to securely mount a child seat quickly and easily.
No cost maintenance plan and roadside assistance
Every new Toyota comes with ToyotaCare, a maintenance plan that covers normal factory scheduled maintenance with the purchase or lease of every new Toyota for 2 years or 25,000 miles, whichever comes first. 24-hour roadside assistance is also included for 2 years and unlimited miles.
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