The 2020 Toyota Tundra ditches the formerly standard 4.6-liter V8 and now only comes with the larger 5.7-liter V8. That option, though, also sees the flex-fuel variant go out the door.
Entering the modern era, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto finally join the truck’s equipment list. Other new niceties that have specifically been added to the SR5 trim include push-button start, a power-operated driver’s seat, and leather upholstery.
While nice, these changes do little to bring the Tundra out of the prehistoric era. Toyota’s full-size truck is simply the oldest on the market, sharing a lot of the same design, features, and components as the model that came out back in 2007. Competitors have left the Tundra in the dust, having better towing and payload capacities, more features, and more robust and efficient powertrains. The Tundra, though, has a great list of standard safety features.