2020 Toyota Tundra Drops the Smaller 4.6L V8, Gets More Expensive, Adds More TRD Pro Options

There is a new infotainment system, and a TRD Pro double cab.

2020 toyota tundra
2020 Toyota Tundra

The 2020 Toyota Tundra is dropping the smaller 4.6L V8, while the starting price increases approximately $1,755 to $35,020 before destination charges. There is also the introduction of the 2020 Tundra TRD Pro shorter double cab at a lower prices. Toyota is also celebrating 20-years of the Toyota Tundra this summer.

Check out all the new 2020 Tundra changes here.

2020 Toyota Tundra

The 4.6L V8 that was rated at 310 hp and 327 lb-ft of torque will no longer be offered in the 2020 Tundra. This engine was a favorite for Tundra work truck configurations.

The 2020 Tundra SR and SR5 models will start with a 5.7L V8. The rating on the big V8 is 381 hp and 401 lb-ft of torque. This also means that the base price of the truck goes up as we stated above.

According to this report by Autoblog. The 2020 Tundra Platinum truck will start at $53,270, approximately $1,000 more than the 2019 truck.

For those who love off-road trucks, there is some good and not so good news for the 2020 TRD Pro trucks. The report says that the price of a 2020 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro crew cab increases by $2,885. The 2020 Tundra will include push-button start and a new 8-inch navigation touch screen with Apple Car Play and Android Auto integration.

The other good news is that the 2020 TRD Pro will also be offered in a less expensive double cab configuration (it’s a shorter cab with four front opening doors). This TRD Pro truck will start at $50,100.

If you are wondering how the current Toyota Tundra doing in terms of popularity and sales. The truck had a very successful July 2019. Toyota sold 11,088 Tundras in July, which is 17% more than in July of 2018.

What’s Next?

Here is everything we know so far about the upcoming new 2021 Toyota Tundra, which is rumored to use a twin-turbo V6 and/or a gas/electric hybrid system.