2013 Chicago Auto Show Showcases 2014 Toyota Tundra
After being teased in a few past weeks for a number of times, the 2014 Toyota Tundra has finally officially made a debut at the 2013 Chicago Auto Show amidst the public, a recent report has unveiled.
It is a brand new version of Toyota Tundra, to the name of which the 2014 model year has been added. The launch had taken place in a world premiere.
It has been revealed that customers in the future would be offered five versions of the new car. These would include the SR, the Limited, the SR5, the 1794 Edition and the Platinum. Amongst these, the 1794 Edition would prove to be a tough rival for the Ford F-150 King Ranch.
The report says that the 1794 Edition would be coming with Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Blind Spot Monitor, brown leather seats, GPS navigations and much more as add-ons.
Besides, the 2014 Toyota Tundra has been claimed to have a chromed grille, an integrated spoiler and squared-off fenders. The Japanese based automaker has affirmed that the new model would also be outfitted with new 18-inch alloy wheels or larger 20-inch alloy wheels, a new tailgate and three-piece bumpers.
In addition, a 3.5-inch multi-info display would be equipped in the car along with new instrument panel, metallic accents and 12-speaker JBL audio system.
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