The 2021 Toyota Tundra is a living example of the phrase, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” The Tundra has been using the same overall design for almost 15 years now. Whether or not that design is outdated or not is up to personal interpretation. The design mirrors how the Tundra proves itself one of the most reliable and durable pickups ever made.
The only update for the 2021 model year is the addition of two new special editions. These special editions are named the Trail and Nightshade editions. The Trail edition is made to compliment the off-road capability of the Tundra. The Tundra Nightshade edition is similar to the Nightshade editions found on other Toyota models, with black badging and accents for a darker overall aesthetic. For your reference, the following chart shows the specifications and available features of the 2021 Toyota Tundra.
|5.7L V8 Engine||12-Speaker, 1-Subwoofer JBL® Sound System||LED Headlamp|
|6-Speed Automatic Transmission||USB Connection and Satellite Radio||Emergency Braking Assist|
|381 Horsepower||Climate Control||Front and Rear Head Airbags|
|401 lb-ft of Torque||Leather Steering Wheel||Blind Spot and Lane Departure Warning System|
The 2021 Toyota Tundra is a trusty pickup truck. Although it has a lot of great features on it, the main focus for the Tundra is clearly off-roading, towing, and hauling. Whether or not the Tundra will see a redesign soon or not is unknown, but for fans of Toyota trucks, it doesn’t matter too much. The powerful engine is standard on all trims, so even those going for the lowest trim still get as much horsepower and torque as those who buy a Tundra for all possible features.
• SR- Seats 6
• SR5- Seats 6
• Limited- Seats 5
• Platinum- Seats 5
• 1794 Edition- Seats 5
• TRD Pro- Seats 5