The wildest new Tacoma includes a variety of very cool mods to the factory machine — all aimed at making the unstoppable Tacoma even more rugged.
Fox shocks and a 1-inch ride height lift are key to the extra off-road ability of the truck– as are the new skidplates underneith and 16-inch black TRD Pro alloys that resist snow and mudpack much better than normal alloy wheels. Goodyear Wrangler tires with kevlar-reinforcement are fantastic innovations for a production truck, as are the Rigid Industries foglams that are exclusive to the Tacoma TRD Pro.
Black light bezels front and rear and a solid look, as is the new TOYOTA front grille with a blocky look. The TRD Pro is set to come in stick or six-speed automatic variants ahead of its estimated June arrival in showrooms nationwide. No pricing info the the TRD Pro upgrade yet, but we’d ballpark about $3k extra. The TRD Pro is based on the Tacoma TRD Off-Road 4×4 Double Cab Short Bed, by the way, and brings along that model’s hood scoop and LED DRLs, plus a color-matched rear bumper.
2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro