It's been a while since we've had any news for the Toyota Tundra, but at the 2019 Chicago Auto Show — open to the public now and running through Sunday — we have a little refresh and an update on some specific features on the 2020 Tundra.
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One of the cool features is that it's going to have smart key technology as well as push-button start. But inside it's going to get the updated 8-inch navigation screen, which allows for both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration.
We also got some TRD Pro news. The Tundra is not going to be offered in just the CrewMax configuration — now you'll be able to get it in the less expensive double-cab configuration, too.
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For more info on the 2020 Toyota Tundra's refresh and the upgrades it received, watch the video above and check out the full rundown from Cars.com sister site PickupTrucks.com. In addition, Cars.com had our full team of automotive journalists on site at the 2019 Chicago Auto Show press days, so be sure to check out the rest of our coverage of pickup truck news from the show, as well as the rest of our coverage of the Windy City motor show in general.
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