It is Texas State Honest time, and which means it is Texas-themed pickup time. Toyota rustled up one among its herd for the present, utilized a particular 1794 model to its flanks, and referred to as in a Texas associate to create what’s referred to as the 2024 Tundra 1794 Restricted Version. It begins with the common Tundra 1794 Version in Crew Cab kind with the 5.5-foot mattress. It may be had in one among 4 colours — Blueprint, Midnight Black Metallic, Smoked Mesquite or Wind Chill Pearl — all of that are accessorized with gloss black and darkish chrome accents. Product planners gave the rig the equal of a taller boot heel by including the Fox 2.5 suspension usually discovered on the Tundra TRD Professional. The interior bypass shocks with piggyback reservoirs present a 1.1-inch carry over the 20-inch matte wheels.
The Tundra gives a Saddle tan inside from the manufacturing facility, however Toyota referred to as their fellow Texans on the Saddleback Leather-based Firm to create what’s being referred to as “A truckload of leather-based.” Stitched hides cowl all the things from the instrument panel to the particular pull deal with on the rear arm relaxation. And there is a pair of skinny saddlebags hanging low from the entrance seatbacks. House owners may also get a set of Saddleback Leather-based equipment, together with an in a single day bag, a software roll, a leather-bound proprietor’s portfolio, a key glove, and in case they’ve nonetheless received gubbins to stash, a small leather-based pouch.
The automaker’s solely making 1,500 of those, every recognized with a sequentially numbered badge on the instrument panel. The one powertrain accessible would be the I-Drive Max hybrid with a twin-turbo 3.4-liter V6 making a mixed 437 horsepower and 583 pound-feet of torque. Not anticipated in dealerships till spring of subsequent 12 months, the worth hasn’t been introduced, however the usual pickup begins at $68,255 earlier than choices, or $68,680 within the premium Wind Chill Pearl hue.
The 1794 celebrates one of many oldest ranches in Texas, based by Spanish citizen and Canary Island transplant Colonel Juan Ignacio Perez de Casanova in, you guessed it, 1794, on 4,000 acres granted to him by the Spanish authorities. His household held onto the ranch till 2003, once they offered to Toyota. The automaker constructed its two-million-square-foot manufacturing facility advanced there which now pumps out Tundras. Toyota additionally donated 600 acres to the town of San Antonio, created a 30,000-square foot nature heart on the land, and left a few of the outdated ranch buildings standing.