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Toyota Tundra Gets New TRD Pro Terra Color for 2024, Other Small Tweaks

Light changes that add that little something extra

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  • Among other changes, a 3-inch factory-installed lift is now available for the 2024 Tundra.
  • Toyota adds a new Terra color to the TRD Pro's palette for 2024.
  • The TRD Off-Road package can now be ordered with the Platinum trim.

Two years after its introduction, it’s time for the Toyota Tundra to get a little bit of an update. It’s also worth noting that the Toyota Sequoia sees all of these changes, largely due to their shared bones. For starters, both now benefit from a new as-standard 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster.

As previously announced, updates include the new TRD 3-inch suspension lift. The kit can be installed at the factory, but dealers will also offer the kit — it also comes with a warranty and retails for $3,995 before installation. There are more TRD changes too, including the ability to fit the Tundra Platinum with the TRD Off-Road package so long as you’ve optioned four-wheel drive. The package also comes with a color-matched grille surround and some black mirror caps, and there's a new TRD Pro-only color this year called Terra (which was first announced for the new Tacoma).

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Speaking of packages, Toyota has introduced a new Nightshade package. It offers a number of black accents including 20-inch wheels, overfenders, grille, mirror caps and badging. However, note the package is only available on Limited trims. A number of colors can be ordered with the optional extra: Ice Cap, Wind Chill Pearl, Magnetic Gray Metallic, Midnight Black Metallic, Celestial Silver Metallic, Supersonic Red, Lunar Rock and Blueprint. On a more minor note, the Tundra 1794 Edition now offers its head-up display as an option separate from the load-leveling suspension. (Previously you could not have one without the other.)

You can order a new Tundra right now for $41,815. Stepping up to the Limited trim will cost $53,705, and the 1794 Edition now costs a hair over $64,000. While 4WD is still an option on lesser models, the 2024 TRD Pro and Capstone trim include it and cost $73,980 and $80,695, respectively. You still have to pay more for Toyota’s hybrid V6 powertrain, however.

Edmunds says

These are a handful of nice changes for the Tundra and Sequoia, though nothing groundbreaking. We’re always happy to see more colors, though.

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