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Toyota Just KILLED The Truck Market | All New 2024 Tacoma REVEALED

Over the years, Toyota Tacoma has consistently raised the bar for midsize pickup trucks, proving itself as an undoubted champion in the segment. After eight years and nearly two million units sold, we are witnessing the dawn of a new era. Greetings from Hawaii, where we are excited to present an exclusive first look at the highly anticipated 2024 4th Gen Toyota Tacoma.

Toyota Tacoma’s legacy stretches back to 1935, beginning with the G1 and passing through numerous remarkable models such as the KB (1942), the KC (1943), and the Tacoma’s precursors – the FJ45, the Stout (1964-1969), and the Hilux (1969). Today, we stand on the precipice of another major leap forward in Toyota’s journey of continuous innovation.

The all-new 4th Gen 2024 Tacoma embodies a striking redesign from its core, riding on the same platform as the Sequoia and Tundra. Guided by a vision to create a “Badass Adventure Machine,” Toyota’s team took on the challenge with an unwavering commitment to outdoor fun and versatility. The fruits of their labor are impressive, featuring a revamped Tacoma lineup that includes Sport, Pro, and Off-Road trims, the return of the two-wheel-drive TRD PreRunner, and an exciting new addition – the Tacoma Trailhunter.

Built for the off-road enthusiasts, the Trailhunter showcases a superior blend of strength, reliability, and adventure-ready capabilities, promising a thrilling and robust off-roading experience right from the dealership. If customizing your off-road machine is more your style, Toyota’s new Associated Accessory Products program offers a wide selection of accessories from renowned brands like Yakima, Go Rhino, and ARB that can be added into your monthly payment.

The 2024 Tacoma isn’t just designed for fun and adventures, though; it’s also built to work. With a five or six-foot bed, 4-door double cab and 2-door extra cab options with extra storage, and up to a 6,500 lb towing capacity, this truck is ready for any job site.

Under the hood, the Tacoma experiences a massive powertrain revamp. Gone is the V6, replaced with the revolutionary i-FORCE Max hybrid powertrain featuring a 2.4-liter turbocharged inline 4 paired with an electric motor and battery pack. This new powertrain produces a formidable 326 horsepower and 465 lb-ft of torque, delivered to all four wheels via full-time all-wheel drive.

The 2024 Tacoma offers upgraded chassis and suspension, enhanced rigidity, and durability owing to its shared underpinnings with the Tundra and Sequoia. Unique suspension tuning for every grade and an all-new TRD Pro IsoDynamic Performance Seat, coupled with Toyota’s Multi-Terrain Select, ensures a comfortable, controlled ride across diverse terrains.

Modern technology isn’t neglected in this new Tacoma either. Inside, an 8 or 14-inch multimedia touchscreen compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a 12-inch digital cluster on higher-grade pickups, and the JBL audio upgrade package represent a significant upgrade to the Tacoma’s interior.

Toyota’s 2024 Tacoma lineup will include various trims, each with a unique blend of performance and features, appealing to a diverse array of buyers. The 4th gen Tacoma is set to continue its legacy of excellence, bringing more power, more capabilities, and likely improved efficiency.

Don’t wait too long to get your hands on the 2024 Tacoma. The i-Force powered Tacomas are expected to be available later this year, and i-Force

MAX equipped models should be hitting the market by Spring of 2024.

Stepping outside, the exterior enhancements to the 2024 Toyota Tacoma are evident, with the new Trailhunter trim looking meaner, bigger, and more intimidating than any other Tacoma before it. With unique features such as monotube Bilsteins with remote reservoirs on the TRD Off-Road, high-speed performance dampers from the off-road racing legends at FOX on the TRD PRO, and the Old Man Emu 4×4 ARB suspension on the Trailhunter, the 2024 Tacoma is truly built for all terrains and conditions.

For those who prefer to handle shifting gears themselves, there’s more good news: the 2024 Tacoma retains its manual transmission. This is a rare treat in modern vehicles and adds to the already considerable appeal of this versatile pickup.

Further adding to the Tacoma’s performance and versatility are Toyota’s state-of-the-art driving aids, such as an updated and more refined version of their legendary crawl control system, electronic diff locks, downhill assist control, front electronic stabilizer bar disconnect, and a multi-terrain monitoring system. To top it off, the 2024 Tacoma will feature 4-wheel disc brakes as a standard across all trims, ensuring excellent stopping power for any adventure.

Moving to the interior, the Tacoma boasts an impressive array of upgrades. The new models will feature an 8 or 14-inch multimedia touchscreen, compatible with both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The option for a 12-inch digital cluster and an upgraded JBL audio package, including a portable JBL Flex speaker, are also available on higher-grade pickups. These features contribute to a high-tech, user-friendly interior that enhances the overall driving experience.

Let’s not forget the array of trims on offer for the new Tacoma. The SR, SR5, and PreRunner come standard with a 2.4 liter turbocharged non-hybrid i-Force engine and 17-inch wheels. The TRD Sport, Off-Road, and Limited also offer this i-Force engine with an optional upgrade to the hybrid i-Force MAX powertrain. Rounding out the lineup, the TRD PRO and Trailhunter come equipped with the i-Force MAX hybrid powertrain and 18-inch wheels shod with 33-inch Goodyear Territory R/T Tires. Each of these trims can be customized to your preferences, ensuring a Tacoma that meets your specific needs.

In conclusion, the 2024 4th Gen Toyota Tacoma is poised to redefine standards in the midsize pickup segment. By continuing to innovate and build on their legacy of excellence, Toyota has delivered a vehicle that promises power, versatility, and efficiency. It’s clear that the future of the Tacoma is as bright and exciting as ever.

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Brad Danger
Mr. Danger loves cars, finance and living the Ideal Lifestyle!
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