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Toyota calls it "the single most important product in its history," which may seem like a stretch coming from a company that sells over 400,000 Camrys every year in the U.S., four times the volume of its full-size pickup sales.

But of course "full-size pickup" and "100,000 sales" are two elements of Toyota's U.S. product portfolio the corporate product strategists wish to redefine.

Before we get into the few specifics we can relate, though, we must first tell you about the Byzantine rules governing
 what we can't mention. In order to attend Toyota's official hands-on first-look first-drive preview held recently in Louisville, Kentucky, we had to swear a blood oath to maintain secrecy regarding many aspects of the Tundra family.

For example, although we drove several different Tundra models, we are sworn to secrecy regarding driving impressions -- until January 8. That's when Toyota will officially and publicly unveil the production Tundras at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, with sales due to begin in early February.

You may wonder how some mention of the Tundra's dynamic traits could compromise that presentation, which will be held in the confines of Detroit's Cobo Hall. We can't imagine either. But we know that
 if we utter one word about ride quality, acceleration, braking, or transient response before January 8 Toyota might have us shot. And even if that didn't happen, we might be required to shoot you. Can't have that, right?

Right. So here's the info we're at liberty to reveal.


4.0-liter V-6 (236 horsepower, 266 pound-feet of torque). Shared with the mid-size Tacoma, this robust six will be the standard engine in the regular cab Tundra.

4.7-liter V-8 (271 horsepower,
 313 pound-feet of torque). The strongest engine available in the current Tundra, the 4.7 will become the middle offering in the new truck lineup.

5.7-liter V-8. Sorry, this falls under the Louisville Official Secrets compact. We can tell you this all-new engine will deliver a level of grunt that will rank at or near the top of the half-ton truck charts,
 with work ratings -- payload, towing (Toyota is willing to go on record with "over 10,000 pounds") -- that will be ditto. It will also show up in other future Toyota/Lexus truck products.

Two transmissions will be offered, both automatic -- the five-speed auto employed in the current Tundra, and a brand-new six-speed gearbox to go with the new 5.7-liter V-8. The latter will be unique in the full-size pickup world, at least for the time being.

As you'd expect, four-wheel drive will be an option.

See Toyota Tundra Slideshow Here


Toyota is willing to admit to a longer wheelbase and an increase in overall length of 10 inches. This doesn't track throughout the lineup, in part because model designations differ between the current Tundra
 and its replacement, but this much is certain: the new Tundras will be distinctly bigger, particularly in models with four-door cabs and/or long cargo beds.

In all, the new Tundra line will embrace six body/bed configurations -- three cargo bed lengths, three cab styles. Toyota has officially released some preliminary specs on its Tundra standard cab and double cab models, which are generally wider than their predecessors,
 and much longer when paired with a long cargo bed or four-door cab. Wheelbases for long-bed editions are also much longer -- 164.6 inches for the double cab version, which is a little longer than a long-bed Ford F-series SuperCab.
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