The recent update has brought a couple of new styling details and all reports suggest that the mid-size pickup truck will keep its look untouched in the next couple of years until we see a complete overhaul. Of course, this primarily refers to the sheet metal. On the other side, there is no reason why we shouldn’t see novelties in terms of new color options. At this point, it is still early to talk about details, but the intriguing thing about the current model is that there are just nine colors in the offer. Moreover, none of them is available in all trim levels. The offer largely depends on the version you choose. In some cases, the offer is decent, in others, you have just a couple of options in the offer. Therefore, it wouldn’t be a surprise if we see some kind of 2021 Toyota Tacoma colors expansion soon.
2021 Toyota Tacoma Colors
It is hard to predict anything more precise at this point. Still, if Toyota is willing to expend 2021 Toyota Tacoma colors offering, we presume that the first thing would be to offer more options for each trim level. Currently, the offer is best in mid-range models.
The base SR model is currently available in the following finishes: Barcelona Red Metallic, Magnetic Gray Metallic, Midnight Gray Metallic, Quicksand, Silver Sky Metallic, and Super White. That’s not bad for base models, but higher trims actually don’t offer much more. Practically, other trim levels add options like Cavalry Blue and Cement. We may presume that the base SR trim would come next year with these two in the offer as well. On the other side, we would like to see a new color option or two for models like SR5, TRD Sport, TRD Off-Road and Limited. Still, we don’t expect colors like Army Green, which will remain exclusive for the TRD Pro models.
2021 Toyota Tacoma Colors TRD Pro
The TRD Pro model has always been characterized by exclusive styling details and this includes color options as well. The recent update has recently brought a brand-new Army Green finish, which looks amazing in a combination with all those blacked parts that characterize this trim level. For the next year, we don’t expect bigger changes. The 2021 Toyota Tacoma colors list for the TRD Pro model should include familiar options. We presume there will be three finishes in the offer. Besides the new Army Green, we count on two well-known colors – Vodoo Blue and Midnight Black Metallic.
2021 Toyota Tacoma Colors – Interior
This is where we could see a couple of interesting additions. The current model isn’t very generous with interior color schemes, so we would definitely like to see some additions for the next year. Once again, the offer largely depends on the trim level but also depends on the exterior finish you choose. In the current Tacoma, base SR5 models are available with Cement Gray interior color only. We would definitely like to see at least one more option in the offer in the next year.
Things are slightly better in the higher trim levels, as you can also get Black/Caramel and Black/Red schemes. In the range-topping Limited trim, you can choose between Black or Hickory. Still, keep in mind that this is a quite luxurious version, which comes with leather upholstery and other fine materials throughout the cabin.
When it comes to 2021 Toyota Tacoma colors for the TRD Pro interior, we presume that the things will remain pretty simple. This version comes with a black interior only, but you can count on a lot of exclusive details, including different leather seats and a couple of dashboard tweaks.
What about other customization options?
Of course, color options aren’t the only way to customize your Tacoma. There is also a large number of all kinds of accessories and other things that can be added. In terms of the exterior, the current model already stands pretty good. You can get all kinds of bed accessories, as well as things like step bars, graphics and similar things. There is also a nice amoung of TRD-badged accessories.
On the other side, things could definitely be better on the inside. The current model doesn’t come with too many interior accessories, so this could be the aspect that can bring interesting novelties.
Other than new colors and accessories, we don’t expect to see bigger changes for the next year. While some reports suggest novelties under the hood, in terms of hybrid and diesel options, we believe that this won’t happen before a complete overhaul, which should happen in the next few years. Also, we don’t expect bigger changes in price. The current model starts at around 26.000 dollars, while the most expensive versions can easily go over 40.000 dollars. Key competitors are models like Chevy Colorado, Nissan Frontier, Ford Ranger and Jeep Gladiator.