Toyota made quite a splash at the 2014 Chicago Auto show when it announced the production of the TRD ProSeries for the 4Runner, Tacoma and Tundra. Toyota recently announced that the premium price for its most extreme off-road package on the Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro wouldn't be much more than the previous TRD Baja T/X package, even though the new Pro Series drives much more impressively.
For the Tundra, the TRD Pro Series includes better shocks and springs, interior accents, a massive front skid plate, Michelin off-road tires, a TRD dual exhaust, unique bed stamping and a new Inferno red color. TRD Pro Tundras will come in either double cab or CrewMax configurations and will be offered only with the 5.7-liter DOHC V-8 (which comes standard with the six-speed automatic transmission).
Double cab 4x4 Tundra TRD Pros will start at $42,385 (including destination) and CrewMax TRD Pros will start at $45,000. Flex-fuel models are available for both cabs and will carry identical pricing.
To read the Toyota press release, click here.