Anticipation for 2014 Toyota Tundra interior and exterior tour

By Peter Chubb - Feb 27, 2013

With just 2 days left until the Detroit Show closes their doors for another year the attention has already turned to the next be event, which is the 2013 Chicago Auto Show. While we know that most of the vehicles that were at the former event will be coming to the latter, we do have reason to be a little excited, as you’ll be able to get a tour of the 2014 Toyota Tundra interior and exterior.

That’s not the best part though because it’s been reported that you will be able to watch a live stream of the unveil at HERE, which is to be aired on February 7 at 10am EST, which incidentally is a Thursday. This is the day after the Super Bowl, where Toyota already has a commercial set aside for their RAV4. We’re sure that many of you have been waiting to see what Toyota has done with their new pickup, so how great is it that you won’t have to travel to the Windy City and pay the entrance fee for the auto show to get a glimpse of this new vehicle?

Thanks to a few hints we already know that Toyota’s new truck will have a redesigned, but we can’t be certain if this will be a minor change or extensive, although there’s not long to wait. However, a change is needed because the current design has been used for the past 5 years or so and drivers are now getting tired of the design and feel that a change is needed, but would you agree?

Toyota will have a huge area set aside for their range of vehicles during this years Chicago Auto Show because their stand will be a massive 45,000-square-foot in size.

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  • I have to admit, as long and as much as I’ve had a love for Chevy and Dodge pickups, after riding/driving the Tundra/Titan, I think the US needed to step up their game a crap ton, although its just bringing them to par with the current JDM models, I’m almost willing to bet every penny I’ve made that their going to surpass the USDMs once again. Once you own a JDM you’ll wonder why you haven’t before….