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Geo*Boy wrote:

FishOnOne wrote:

Here's the Toyota Tundra reveal. No more V8 engines!

3.5 Twin Turbo and a 3.5 Twin Turbo hybrid both backed by a 10 speed.

Enjoy...

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Ford, GM and Ram better pay attention, the bar has been raised.


More like Toyota finally caught up with Ford, about 10 years later. The hybrid model has (very) slightly more power and torque than Ford's PowerBoost, but fails on two key points- Toyota's in only available in its top of the line trims while Ford's is available in all trims. Also, the Toyota doesn't provide a generator option, which IMO is one of the most appealing features of Ford's hybrid pickup platform. Toyota makes a great product, but there's a reason that roughly 8 F150s are sold to every Tundra.

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Geo*Boy wrote:

FishOnOne wrote:

Here's the Toyota Tundra reveal. No more V8 engines!

3.5 Twin Turbo and a 3.5 Twin Turbo hybrid both backed by a 10 speed.

Enjoy...

Link

Link 2

Ford, GM and Ram better pay attention, the bar has been raised.


That’s a little optimistic dontcha think?


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RoyJ wrote:

Power wise it'll likely blow the 5.7 out of the water at ANY rpm. Big question is would it match Toyota V8s for reliability? Well, they're confident enough to put it into the new Land Cruiser, whose reputation is built on 300 - 500k mile life.

Reliability is one of the few (if not only) reason why any one would buy a Tundra in 2020 / 2021. Other than that the domestics are better in almost every other way.


The Land Cruiser is discontinued for sale in the United States. Maybe Toyota concluded Americans won't pay the big bucks for a vehicle with a V6.

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Grit dog wrote:

Geo*Boy wrote:

FishOnOne wrote:

Here's the Toyota Tundra reveal. No more V8 engines!

3.5 Twin Turbo and a 3.5 Twin Turbo hybrid both backed by a 10 speed.

Enjoy...

Link

Link 2

Ford, GM and Ram better pay attention, the bar has been raised.


That’s a little optimistic dontcha think?

Come on Grit, optimism is a good thing.[emoticon]

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Geo*Boy wrote:

Grit dog wrote:

Geo*Boy wrote:

FishOnOne wrote:

Here's the Toyota Tundra reveal. No more V8 engines!

3.5 Twin Turbo and a 3.5 Twin Turbo hybrid both backed by a 10 speed.

Enjoy...

Link

Link 2

Ford, GM and Ram better pay attention, the bar has been raised.


That’s a little optimistic dontcha think?

Come on Grit, optimism is a good thing.[emoticon]


I'm not sure raising the bar means copying the 1990's Chevy S10 cameo rear style bumper, Fords drivetrain, and Rams rear suspension so not sure about raising the bar until we start seeing some real reviews.


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