Our spy photographers have caught a partially covered 2018 Toyota Tundra out in the wild, and it looks like there may be some small trim changes in store for the full-size pickup. We know Toyota is adding a TRD Sport trim level to the 2018 model-year lineup. It will be at the 2017 Chicago Auto Show, but we won't see the 2018 Tundra until September. In the meantime, here's what our spy shooters shared:
"Toyota looks to give the Tundra another update before an all-new version appears sometime around 2020. This model's camouflaged front end makes it appear that the revisions will be far less comprehensive than the ones the truck received for 2014.
"Expect a new grille, hood, headlights, taillights and revised trim pieces to keep the Tundra fresh for another couple of years. We're also hearing some engine tweaks may be in the works. A new 10-speed automatic that first appeared in the Lexus LC and LS models could also be slated for all of Toyota's rear-drive vehicles, including the Tundra, but it's not clear if it will show up before the redesigned Tundras make their debut."