Japanese auto giant Toyota will give the Tundra another update before it rolls out a new generation model by around 2020.
The refreshed version of the popular pick-up truck was recently spotted testing in Southern California. The camouflaged front end is evidence that revisions will be far less comprehensive than the ones the truck received for 2014.
In terms of cosmetic upgrades, expect a new grille, hood, headlights, and revised trim pieces to keep the Tundra fresh for another couple of years. Some engine tweaks may also be in order. Additionally, a new 10-speed automatic that first appeared in the Lexus LC and LS models is slated for all of Toyota's rear-drive vehicles, including the Tundra.
We expect Toyota to roll out the refreshed Tundra later this year.