I share your humble opinion. There are some angles that make the current gen trucks look not-so great, but for the most part I think they are very good looking. This "new" truck on the other hand, is not a step in the right direction....IMHO the rear bumper and front end look like garbage... I might buy a 2013 and wait for the next redesign unless somebody comes out with some really good aftermarket improvements.
FYI - They brought the 1794 edition to Denver's show. I wonder why it wasn't in KC.I just called the Dallas Auto Show office, and they didn't have it shown in their list of 2014 vehicles. Then again, did the Chicago show have it listed? I know that websites confirmed that it would be unveiled in Chicago, but I don't think the actual show listed it.
Heck, I might just run to the show to see if it's there...
I betcha' my interview beats their interview! :lol5:I apologize for repeating this, if someone already posted.
I just received my latest issue of Truck Trend and it's first look at the new Tundra.
I quote, "When asked about the lack of changes to the power train, chief engineer Mike Sweets said... Toyota didn't want to sacrifice QDR (quality, durability and reliability) and increase cost with new technologies unless the cost increase for the technology ensured a return on investment in MPG for the customer."
That's all folks.
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I was thinking the same thing. That the 2014 Interior would fit into a second gen Tundra.