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Detroit Auto Show: unveils Tundra CrewMax

pushing to increase its stake in the US Toyota debuted in Detroit the Tundra CrewMax, a spy shot of we brought you a month ago. The is a full four-door version of the new, all-American full-size The regular and double-cab of the Tundra their debuts at the Chicago last February, and will be in showrooms this February, the new CrewMax following in March.

on the Tundra after the jump, as as Toyota’s full press with more specs and info. You can also view our gallery full of 68 (!) pics, live and some official shots.

With the new CrewMax, the range incorporates no less 31 different configuration combinations, three cab styles, three three bed lengths, three levels and three engine with either four- or Speaking of engine choices, has now officially confirmed that the 5.7-liter V8 produces 381 horsepower at rpm and 401 lb.-ft of peak torque at rpm. Compare that the new Silverado’s Vortec 6.0-liter V8 produces 367 horsepower at 5,500 rpm and 375 of torque at 4,300 rpm.

On the new Toyota shifted each of the cab up a notch in size, as well. The Cab has as much room behind the as an ordinary extended cab, the Cab has space to rival most cabs, and the CrewMax has interior that would make SUVs feel cramped. An (and welcome) feature in trucks, the rear seat on the slides forward and back a 10-inch range and can be reclined There’s even a full-feature sliding power sunroof that further blurs the between full-size, four-door and sport-utility trucks. Some of our rooms don’t have the of features standard on the Tundra

The new Tundra is certainly an imposing with styling as tough as its and with the addition of the CrewMax has swung its last leg over the and entered a ring full of imposing competitors.


Toyota Stages World of All-new 2007 Tundra At The 2007 North American Auto Show

January 7, Detroit — Toyota Sales (TMS), U.S.A. unveiled the all-new 2007 CrewMax full-size pickup at a conference here today at the North American International Show. CrewMax, arriving at in March, will join the Regular Cab and Tundra Double Cab which arrive in February.

engineered and built in America, the Tundra line-up will set a new in the full-size pickup truck for performance, capability, standard features and styling.

Tundra proven Toyota engineering, and durability to an intensely competitive pickup market, said Jim Toyota Motor Sales vice president. The all-new is a historical launch for Toyota, we are significantly increasing our production and presence in the full-size pickup category.

Larger in every than the model it replaces, the Tundra is available in 31 model with a choice between and 4×4 drivetrains. The 2007 offers three cab styles, wheelbases, three bed lengths, engines, and three trim Tundra has been engineered for truckers and can be configured to serve as a truck, recreational truck or family truck.

The 2007 Tundra brings the of the fist design theme of the FTX Concept Truck to the showroom. the side, the body’s distinct form with pronounced arches conveys the truck’s strength. Character lines and flares add dimension and strength as as an unwavering stance. The SR5 and Limited models stand apart a bold chrome grille

Tundra backs up its tough new with the performance of an available new 5.7-liter i-Force V8 engine to a new six-speed automatic transmission. The 5.7 is one of the most powerful engines to be available in a half-ton full-size

Tundra offers three cab Regular Cab, four-door Cab, and the super-sized four-door with the segment’s leading legroom. Tundra Regular Cab in DX trim level and can be upgraded to SR5 an option package; the Double Cab and models come in SR5 and Limited levels. Tundra offers levels of user technology, available Bluetooth cell compatibility, high-end audio and an navigation system that a wide-screen rear backup

Power for Big Jobs

The 2007 offers three levels of In Regular and Double Cab models, a 4.0-liter V6 produces 236 horsepower at rpm and a healthy 266 lb.-ft. of peak at 4,000 rpm. The mid-grade for these models and standard for the models is an enhanced version of the Tundra’s 4.7-liter i-Force V8 271 horsepower at 5,400 rpm and 313 lb.-ft. of torque at 3,400 rpm.

models equipped with the engine will have fuel economy ratings of mpg. Tundra 4×2 and models equipped with the engine will both city/highway fuel economy of 15/18 mpg.

Both the V6 and the 4.7 V8 feature DOHC 4-valve heads and Variable Valve with intelligence (VVT-i) for power across the engine’s range. Both engines are exclusively with a five-speed transmission that offers flexibility than competitors’ automatics.

Updated flex torque converter control transmission response and efficiency. For driver control, the Tundra automatic features uphill / shift logic. All Tundra feature sequential shift as equipment.

i-Force 5.7 A Force to be With

The Tundra’s trump under the hood is an all-new i-Force V8 that is available in model configuration. Specifically for full-size pickup applications, the 5.7 uses a long-stroke configuration dimension of 4.02 in. is more the bore width of 3.70 As a result, in addition to its impressive 381 at 5,600 rpm, the i-Force 5.7 401 lb.-ft of peak torque at rpm.

Tundra 4×2 and models equipped with the engine will have fuel economy ratings of mpg and 14/18 mpg, respectively.

The 5.7 V8 uses aluminum for the cylinder and DOHC heads. This more advanced Dual controls valve timing and on both the intake and exhaust which also helps power, fuel efficiency and

On all Tundra engines, the Acoustic Induction System (ACIS) butterfly valves inside manifold to switch the length of the tract in two stages, based on rpm and angle, to improve torque the engine speed range. stainless steel headers into a full stainless exhaust system with high-capacity mufflers for optimal and a commanding, powerful sound.

The 5.7 and 4.7 share a crank-hold electronic control that uses a and release ignition switch. The ECM the starter relay to prevent starts and grinding on a re-start Both the 5.7- and 4.7-liter engines meet the Ultra-Low Vehicle, or ULEV II, emissions

The i-Force 5.7 is teamed exclusively a new six-speed automatic transmission, is only slightly larger the five-speed automatic. Shift adapts the transmission’s shift to driver input.

Both transmissions use new Toyota WS (world-standard) with a flat viscosity/temperature (cold viscosity is close to viscosity). This fluid friction and wear, enables vehicle warm-up, and never to be replaced.

Next year, 2009 Tundra models with the 5.7-liter V8 will flexible fuel capability E85 ethanol.

Chassis Built for Control and Ride Quality

The Tundra is built on a new frame is optimized for vigorous work impact safety, and ride There are three Tundra 126.8 inches for Regular bed models; 145.7 inches for Cab/long bed, Double bed and CrewMax models, and a massive inches for Double Cab/long bed

The Tundra’s advanced TripleTech uses wide, full-boxed rails for the front portion, C-channel under the cab and an open underneath the bed to maximize strength, quality and durability.

Compared to the Tundra, the new model features reinforced areas, increased strength steel, increased gauge, and higher-rigidity suspension The engineering pays dividends in work capability and ride-and-handling.

The A-arm front suspension coil-over spring shock and a front-mounted steering rack enhance steering feel and The Tundra is equipped with the standard wheels in the segment 18 x 8 with 255/70 R18 tires. grade models step up to 18 x 8-inch aluminum-alloy wheels wider 275/65 R18 tires. As an Limited models can be outfitted factory-optional 20-inch alloy with 275/55 R20 tires.

to the previous Tundra, an increased angle reduces the turning The rear suspension features shocks that are mounted of the leaf springs to improve the dampening efficiency. Spring have been tuned to a flat vehicle stance fully loaded, and the spring mounting improves towing Tuned bump stops controllability with large

An optional TRD (Toyota Racing Off-Road Package is available and off-road tuned suspension Bilstein gas-charged mono-tube absorbers; 275/65 R18 B.F. Radial T/A off-road tires on 18-inch alloy wheels; fog and special graphics.

The Segment’s Advanced Brakes

Toyota all new-model Tundras with the most advanced standard systems. The four-wheel disc system uses large rotors front and rear: the rotors measure 13.9 in diameter and 1.26-inches thick, four-piston calipers. The rear measure 13.6 x 0.71-inch and use calipers. Anti-lock brakes with Electronic Brake-force (EBD) and Brake Assist are standard on all models.

EBD optimizes brake pressure at wheel for greater control braking, especially when The Brake Assist system is to determine if the driver is attempting braking. If the driver has not pressed enough on the brake pedal to the ABS, the system supplements the braking power until pressure is released.

A New Level of Truck Traction Management

The Tundra scores another for the full-size pickup truck by equipping every model the company’s most advanced dynamic control. First, the Automatic Limited-slip Differential (A provides computer-controlled cross-axle management that allows wheel-spin (necessary for some Compared to a conventional mechanical slip differential, the A-LSD helps provide better in deep sand or mud and on low- or surfaces.

The combination of A-LSD and Stability Control (VSC) as equipment on every model is a first in the segment. In contrast, competitors restrict these safety systems to certain The Tundra’s VSC system integrates control (TRAC) on all models, and traction on or off-road by helping to the vehicle going on its intended VSC detects front-wheel slide and slide during cornering and to control either condition throttle intervention and/or by individual wheels.

The integration of technologies also brings it driver-selectable versatility to tackle about any road surface or condition. Normal mode all traction and stability capability. Off activates A-LSD, to help the Tundra from extreme The VSC Off mode turns off all of these

4×4 Capability

The combination of and VSC gives the two-wheel drive models far better traction in situations than could be expected from a pickup For more demanding conditions, 4×4 configurations offer a shift-on-the fly four-wheel drive featuring a six-pinion planetary gearset to provide HIGH and LOW The driver selects the drive using a dial on the dash.

The V6 and 4.7 V8 Tundra models’ rear uses a 9.5-inch ring and the i-Force 5.7 models step up to a ring gear one of the largest in the All Tundra differentials are made new machining technology: face hob cutting for ring and pinion yields stronger tooth and a greater engagement area for torque capacity and reduced noise.

On the safety front, all models feature the STAR system as standard equipment. As a Tundra will offer one of the comprehensive suite of standard equipment in the full-size pickup The STAR safety system on all of Toyota’s SUVs includes Electronic Brakeforce Distribution Brake Assist, Vehicle Control (VSC) and Traction (TRAC). Tundra is the first pickup to feature standard and rear seat side and side curtain airbags in all Three-point seatbelts and adjustable for all seating positions are likewise in the segment. The front seatbelts pretensioners and force limiters.

Towing Capability

The optional Tow for i-Force V8 models increases capacity significantly, up to 10,800 depending on the model and drivetrain specification sheet). The Tow Package is on all V8 models and is standard on Double Cab models.

The Tow Package starts a one-piece hydro-formed towing integrated into the frame to bed installation. The structure attaches to side of the frame around the spring shackles’ frame with 12 bolts. Tow Package springs provide increased rear suspension height and full range of suspension The Tundra stays level with 1,000 lbs. of weight or payload.

The Tow Package upgrades Tundra’s cooling and systems. A water-to-oil engine oil speeds engine warm-up and friction at startup. The automatic fluid warmer first in the warms the fluid quickly cold ambient conditions, and the panel gains an automatic fluid (ATF) temperature A power steering fluid is added below the radiator.

upgrades include an under-dash pigtail for a third-party trailer controller, both a seven-pin and a trailer brake connector the hitch, and a higher output (depending on engine). The final is a set of optional telescoping towing (available on 5.7-liter V8 models When the Tow Package is ordered for the Tundra, its six-speed automatic gains a TOW/HAUL shift selectable by a dedicated switch. The shift mode applies logic for transmission upshift and control, favoring and holding gears when accelerating or to enhance driver control and

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Three Bed Sizes

Tundra Cab and Double Cab models are offered in bed

(78.7-inch) or long bed (97.6-inch) the CrewMax comes with a bed (66.7-inch). In all models, the bed measures inches deep. The Tundra’s new all-steel tailgate, with assist, can be effortlessly opened and with just two fingers and it can be removed. A standard cargo provides generous illumination at

A Deck Rail System, on Limited grade models and on all others, adds to cargo bed Featuring adjustable tie-down connected to the rails of the all-steel the rail system can be used to many types of loads, a 220 lbs. rating per attachment. The of Genuine Toyota Accessories for the Tundra includes a number of bed enhancements, including a tonneau bed mat, bed liner, bed extender, Rail accessories, storage cargo divider, tie-downs and hooks.

Front Office and Control

Inside the new Tundra, the is surrounded by a U-shaped command and center that helps an unobstructed view of the road and while keeping all knobs, and buttons within easy Dash and door panel emphasize function yet are far from

Before crafting the Tundra the designers studied true customers who put the greatest demands on pickups, including ranchers, and construction workers. Because true truckers wear clothing as part of their the new Tundra features large handles and easy to turn knobs that can be operated while wearing work

Owners who spend a lot of time on the job often use their trucks as offices, so the designers gave increased storage capacity for usage. The 3.4-liter upper box can hold a standard Thermos™ with additional space in the 9.5-liter lower glovebox. The center console on bucket-seat can hold a laptop computer or file folder storage a truck first. For optimal the center console armrest a four-inch slide range. The cockpit provides two 12v DC power one on the dash and one in the center console. models add a third outlet at the of the center console. For added the outlets remain live for up to two after the ignition is switched

Room and Comfort for the Whole

The Regular Cab offers more storage than other and the Double Cab features front-hinged that open to 80 degrees for passenger access.

The Tundra Cab models provide a roomy seat with a 22-degree angle and 34.7 inches of legroom for comfort on par with midsize sedans. The Tundra lives up to its name, providing a best in class rear at 44.5 inches in its rear position. Moreover, CrewMax seat versatility is enhanced the segment’s only reclining and rear seat. A 10-inch range allows the owner to passenger comfort and room for cargo. CrewMax models additional storage under the seat.

On Double Cab and CrewMax the standard power rear retract completely into the The Regular and Double Cab models a split sliding rear to enhance interior ventilation, a power vertical slide-down window standard on CrewMax

The 2007 Tundra offers interior colors, including textured fabrics and deep-grain available in four colors. As nod to refinement, CrewMax limited offer an optional power moonroof with an automatic wind deflector.


Toyota maximized space and convenience within all Tundra A concealed compartment to the right of the lever can hold a Thomas® The built-in toolbox behind the seat of all models provides accessible storage for the jack, and lug wrench. In Double Cab and CrewMax the rear seat backs in an easy one-hand operation to a flat floor storage In all Tundra models, the front feature large storage and can also hold two 22-ounce Rear doors on Double Cab and each hold one bottle.

the Job Site Behind Once You Get

Once inside with the closed, occupant comfort with controlling the temperature. High Solar Energy (HSEA) glass helps solar heat and most UV light energy entering the reducing occupants’ sun exposure, to keep the interior cooler and durability of interior materials. grade models receive IR-cut glass, further solar levels from rays.

The Regular Cab DX and all SR5 grade come standard with a dual-zone manual climate system with a seven-speed sync-mode and a replaceable dust and filter. In Limited grade the standard dual-zone automatic control system features a independent upper/lower temperature Its cooling performance reduces time by five to 10 minutes to the previous Tundra.

The four-spoke steering wheel standard audio controls in grade and on the Double Cab with the JBL audio system. The available tilt and telescoping steering is a first in the segment, as is the available tilt and telescoping steering Showing Toyota’s attention to the rolling-ball telescoping steering improves wheel-tilt feel to splined-sliding types.

Tundra models give up none of the ethic and add more refinement ever seen on a Toyota A few more notable features distinguish the Limited Grade include: chrome, power-retractable, auto-dimming side-view mirrors; heated power-adjustable front seats (10-way for driver, for passenger); an overhead console; door privacy glass; meters and a multi-information center selectable readouts for the clock, temperature, and fuel economy; and a interface that allows the owner to set keyless entry door unlock mode press/two press); automatic locking programming; headlight timer, and the interior light

Options to Entertain and Inform

The Cab DX model comes with a AM/FM/CD stereo with speakers and an audio input SR5 models add a six-speaker system, and grade models upgrade to a JBL AM/FM audio system six-disc in-dash CD changer, 5.1 channel surround sound, 10 (12 in CrewMax), Bluetooth® compatibility, and wheel audio controls. system (with 10 speakers) is an for the SR5 grade. All Tundra audio can play MP3/WMA formatted

CrewMax models offer an Rear Seat Entertainment system that combines a wide-screen LCD monitor, DVD player, two of wireless headphones and a remote

An available DVD navigation system a JBL audio system and integrates a backup camera. The camera projects an image of what its can detect behind the vehicle the navigation system’s LCD screen reverse gear is engaged, when backing up the Tundra to a or for positioning a boat trailer on a ramp.

A multifunction rear mirror, standard on Limited models and optional for others, an electrochromic auto-dimming mirror a digital compass and HomeLink®

Backed by Toyota

Toyota’s basic new-vehicle limited applies to all components other normal wear and maintenance Additional 60-month warranties the powertrain for 60 months/60,000 miles and perforation for 60 months with no limitation.

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