By Matt Schmitz on February 7, 2013
With little in the way of structural changes to speak of, the 2014 Toyota Tundra's unveiling at the 2013 Chicago Auto Show today was all about the full-size pickup truck's redesigned exterior. With a larger, more angular front grille and face, along with more character lines and visual depth over each fender well, the new Tundra gains a beefier, more imposing presence. In the rear, the truck gets a new tailgate with an integrated spoiler.
Another notable update to the Tundra is on the inside: new, modern instrumentation, which replaces aging features that have elicited criticism in recent years. Some segment-first technological enhancements also have been added, including a standard backup camera and cross-traffic alert system. Check out the gallery below.
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