At this moment, everyone talks about the next-generation model, which is about to come soon. On the other side, the current 2020 remains overlooked, which seems logical if we consider that there are no bigger changes for this year. The full-size truck continues with the same design, which hasn’t been significantly changed for more than a decade. The same thing goes for the styling, as well as for the engine lineup. Still, that doesn’t mean that there are novelties in terms of 2020 Toyota Tundra colors. As you probably know, the new Army Green finish has been added to the lineup, while the rest of the palettes gets slight reorganization, so their availability in certain trim levels is a little bit different compared to the previous model. The same thing goes for interior color schemes.
TRD Pro Gets New Army Green Finish
When it comes to 2020 Toyota Tundra colors, the biggest novelty is definitely the addition of a new Army Green finish. The new color looks absolutely amazing, though the bad news is that it is available only in the off-road performance model, TRD Pro. The new color has been added exclusively to the ranged of TRD Pro models, so except Tundra, this color option is also available in some trim levels of Tacoma, Sequoia and 4Runner.
2020 Toyota Tundra Colors – Exterior
As we’ve just mentioned, the biggest novelty in terms of 2020 Toyota Tundra colors is the new Army Green finish. Other than that, you may count on familiar options. Still, keep in mind that the offer has been reorganized a little bit. Still, that didn’t change the fact that most of the finishes are strictly reserved for certain trim levels.
When it comes to the base SR trim, the offer includes finishes like Barcelona Red Metallic, Silver Sky Metallic, Midnight Black Metallic, and Super White.
The SR5 model is available in the following colors: Barcelona Red Metallic, Silver Sky Metallic, Midnight Black Metallic, Super White, Cavalry Blue, Voodoo Blue, Cement, Quicksand and Magnetic Grey Metallic.
Limited trim is next in the line and it is available in 10 color options. Practically, you may count on the same color options that are offered in the SR5, with the addition of Smoked Mesquite finish.
On the other side, the Platinum trim seems a little bit more exclusive, as it is available in 7 colors. Those are Barcelona Red Metallic, Voodoo Blue, Smoked Mesquite, Silver Sky Metallic, Midnight Black Metallic, Super White and Magnetic Grey Metallic. The 1794 Edition comes in the same color options.
When it comes to TRD Pro models, the new Army Green has been added. Other than this one, you may count on familiar finishes. Those would be Midnight Black Metallic, Magnetic Gray Metallic and Super White.
2020 Toyota Tundra Colors – Interior
When it comes to the interior, 2020 Toyota Tundra colors depend on the color you choose, except for TRD Pro models, which come in the Black interior only. On the other side, most other trims are available in Brown, Black, Sand Beige, Graphite color schemes. Still, keep in mind that the offer largely depends on the trim level you choose. For example, if you pick vinyl seats, Graphite is the only color you can get.
2020 Toyota Tundra Changes
Other than the new 2020 Toyota Tundra colors, we haven’t seen too many novelties for this year. Simply, the next-generation model is on the way, so there is no use of introducing bigger changes in the current model. Still, there are some nice novelties, such as a new touchscreen, which is bigger and also comes with a new infotainment system. The new software is faster and offers more features, including smartphone integration. After years of waiting, Tundra finally comes with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, as well as with Amazon Alexa.
Another interesting novelty is that the TRD Pro model is now available in two cab styles, both as Double Cab and CrewMax version.
On the other side, the base 4.6-liter V8 engine has been discontinued. The bigger 5.7-liter unit is now standard across the whole range. It features a max output of 381 horsepower and 401 pound-feet of torque and comes in pair with a 6-speed automatic transmission. The engine is quite powerful, but also extremely thirsty. You may count on only 13 mpg in the city and 17 mpg on the highway, which are the lowest ratings in the class. On the other side, this engine is famous for its excellent reliability. Fortunately, things will change soon, as the new model is about to come with a hybrid powertrain. We count on a V6-based system, which won’t be just more fuel-efficient, but also significantly more powerful. The latest reports suggest a max output of 450 horsepower and 500 pound-feet of torque.