Well the 2020 TRD Pro line up has been released!! They all get push button start, Apple/Andriod Auto, keyless entry, fox shocks, and the 2020 Toyota 4Runners get Toyota safety sense TSS-P. What are you thoughts?? Honestly I am a bit frustrated, but very VERY happy that we FINALLY are getting ARMY GREEN as a TRD PRO color option.

The Tundra is relatively un changed with addition of keyless entry and JBL, however we are getting a double cab version for the states!

TRD Pro Sequoia is confirmed...and why...?

TRD Pro Tacoma gets new bad ass 16 inch TRD Pro rims and Multi Terrain feature, that is basically a 360 off road camera system.

TRD Pro and all other 2020 4Runners get TSS-P and a new 8 inch head unit. I will see if we can retrofit it to 2019 and lower.

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    • Graph Guy
      Graph Guy

      Tacoma TRD Pro: More Trail-Capable Than Ever
      For 2020, the Tacoma TRD Pro, one of a series of Toyota trucks and SUVs infused with ultimate capability by Toyota Racing Development, returns with a revised look and new

      features. New sequential LED/DRL headlamps, 16-inch wheel design and black-insert taillamps headline the exterior changes. Rigid Industries LED fog lights come standard for improved visibility on and off the highway. Newly available Army Green is the TRD Pro exclusive color for 2020, which will be offered along with Super White, Midnight Black Metallic and Magnetic Gray Metallic.

      Inside TRD Pro, a new 10-way power seat adds comfort, and the multimedia system is upgraded with the new 8-inch touchscreen display, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, among others. For added convenience, Smart Key functionality now extends to the front passenger door.

      High-tech trail assistance comes to the fore with the new Panoramic View Monitor (PVM) + Multi Terrain Monitor (MTM). The driver can select front, side, or rear views for improved visibility. When the going really gets rough, under vehicle terrain view can help the driver avoid potential unseen obstacles.

      In other respects, the 2020 Tacoma TRD Pro continues with its roster of hardcore capability. A new 16-inch wheel is added to the mix, which is 4.188 lbs. lighter than the previous version. To complement the changes, TRD updated the tuning of the Fox 2.5-inch internal bypass shocks and front and rear springs. Goodyear Wrangler All-Terrain Kevlar-reinforced tires stand up to rough terrain.

      The Tacoma TRD Pro comes standard with 4WDemand part-time 4-wheel drive with an electronically controlled transfer case and an electronically controlled locking rear differential. Automatic transmission-equipped Tacomas also further off-road capability and driver confidence with Hill Start Assist Control (HAC), Multi-terrain Select, and Crawl Control.

      With standard power moonroof and, on automatic transmission models, JBL Premium Audio, there’s no leaving luxury behind when the pavement ends.

      about 1 month ago
    • Blue TRD Jon
      Blue TRD Jon In reply to Graph Guy

      If I was in the market definitely a 2020

      about 25 days ago
    • Graph Guy
      Graph Guy In reply to Graph Guy

      +Vanilla Gorilla I love this question because I ask it all the time. I love hearing what others have to think about their cars and future options. I have a 2007 4Runner Limited and I won't buy another one... Why? I hate v6 in Toyota, once you have a V8 there is no settling for v6 or 4 cyl. But for your 19 vs. 20. .... I am ready to buy a truck and for Toyota it would be the Tundra TRDP, but I am definitely not buying the 19 and waiting till , I think, end of Summer when the 2020 come out. Why? Simple: Army green, Apple Play, keyless start and hopefully 360 cameras.

      about 25 days ago
    • Vanilla Gorilla
      Vanilla Gorilla In reply to Graph Guy

      I'm debating between a 2019 or 2020 4Runner. If you had to choose one, what would your choice be?

      about 25 days ago
    • Blue TRD Jon
      Blue TRD Jon In reply to Graph Guy

      Hahah ok good!! Lol

      about 1 month ago
    • Graph Guy
      Graph Guy In reply to Graph Guy

      Blue TRD Jon Heavens no! I pulled it from the Toyota corporate site press release and cut and pasted it here. Now I am really torn now that it official. I was going to pull the trigger on a 2019, but they are addressing all my complaints for 2020, .... so now I’m perplexed!

      about 1 month ago
    • Allen Lin
      Allen Lin

      So will the 4 runner pro be available in magnetic gray metallic also for 2020? Huge fan of the army green but wife hates it :( thanks in advance!

      about 17 hours ago
    • semperfi1000
      semperfi1000

      Anyone know if you will be able to get a 6ft bed on a TRD Pro Tacoma in 2020? Will more Manuel transmissions be available or less?

      about 6 days ago
    • Blue TRD Jon
      Blue TRD Jon In reply to semperfi1000

      Manual yes most likely and probably no for the 6ft bed

      about 5 days ago
    • MindzEye03rd
      MindzEye03rd

      I like a key too, just another thing that can break. The real question is, can we swap the head unit and bezel can into the older 5th gen. Set notification on your channel, interested in seeing if it can swap.

      about 9 days ago
    • Kevin
      Kevin

      Trading my 2019 Tundra Pro for 2021 instead. Last year must have all the goodies and all problems fixed.

      about 11 days ago
    • Repent & Believe
      Repent & Believe

      for a suv, looks small

      about 15 days ago
    • Steel City Bullyz
      Steel City Bullyz

      Shit ass review 😡

      about 20 days ago
    • Blue TRD Jon
      Blue TRD Jon In reply to Steel City Bullyz

      Probably because it wasn't a review.

      about 19 days ago
    • Chris Sympson
      Chris Sympson

      I really hope they have some surprises for the 2020 4runner

      about 1 month ago
    • Blue TRD Jon
      Blue TRD Jon In reply to Chris Sympson

      I agree. We will see when the build sheet comes out

      about 1 month ago
    • Jettemausbeta
      Jettemausbeta

      Do you know if the double cab will be available with a rear window that rolls down or will it remain exclusive to the crew cab?

      about 1 month ago
    • Blue TRD Jon
      Blue TRD Jon In reply to Jettemausbeta

      No worries. I figured ha. It should be standard on them. Maybe not the SR

      about 1 month ago
    • Jettemausbeta
      Jettemausbeta In reply to Jettemausbeta

      Blue TRD Jon Sorry, I should have been clearer. I was asking about the Tundras.

      about 1 month ago
    • Blue TRD Jon
      Blue TRD Jon In reply to Jettemausbeta

      They said for the 4Runner it shoudl be on all trims. So IDK about the size, but it's a safe bet that all Tundra's will come with Apple Car Play/ Android Auto

      about 1 month ago
    • night stalker
      night stalker

      Nice video. I cant believe the sequoia has the front and rear end of a 2013 tundra!?? I honestly didn't even know they still made them

      about 1 month ago
    • Tom Carter
      Tom Carter

      Toyota really needs an 8 speed transmission to keep up, and continue to rule this market.

      about 1 month ago
    • Blue TRD Jon
      Blue TRD Jon In reply to Tom Carter

      Agreed! That would work wonders for the vehicle

      about 1 month ago
    • T P
      T P

      You're eyes are beautiful, that's all😍

      about 1 month ago
    • Blue TRD Jon
      Blue TRD Jon In reply to T P

      Bahahah thanks

      about 1 month ago
    • FlyBaby
      FlyBaby

      Nope . Dont want any of that crap in the 4 Runner. I wanted a more basic stripped down vehicle. Now I know to buy a 2019. So much for waiting.

      about 1 month ago
    • Blue TRD Jon
      Blue TRD Jon In reply to FlyBaby

      More and more every year

      about 1 month ago
    • golfer001
      golfer001

      With regards to the upcoming changes you mentioned to the forerunner , don’t you believe that this is possibly the 6th gen version. in other words how is it cost-effective to make all the changes on the ‘outgoing ‘ model and then introduce a new model for 2021 with suspension ,engine, and exterior upgrades. It doesn’t make economic sense. Is it possible Toyota is holding back information or are we going to have the same model more less for the next 2 to 3 years?

      about 1 month ago
    • Blue TRD Jon
      Blue TRD Jon In reply to golfer001

      After they did this I really don’t think the 6th gen is coming for another 2-3 years

      about 1 month ago
    • Rico
      Rico

      it takes 5 years to get a fookin LED headlights

      about 1 month ago
    • Blue TRD Jon
      Blue TRD Jon In reply to Rico

      Lol right

      about 1 month ago
    • Mario V
      Mario V

      will 4runner have fox shocks

      about 1 month ago
    • Blue TRD Jon
      Blue TRD Jon In reply to Mario V

      Yes all pros will have them

      about 1 month ago
    • Mike Smith
      Mike Smith

      Most people i know hate push button start. I HATEEEEEE it. Bring the key back. Gotta restart the fucking vehicle after you get in. God damn Rediculous. The rest couldnt care about. More shit to malfunction. Im the pilot auto shit is dangerous. Makes you lazy driver like 737 maxx automation for pilots they dont need.
      Wrong direction for toyota.

      about 1 month ago
    • Cyber
      Cyber

      TSS-P has major issues, a friend of mine had the dealer buy back from him a Sequoia for this exact reason. I personally prefer the simplicity and bullet proof design of current models, I own a 2017 4Runner. The more electronics and sensors brings car reliability down, see Mercedes and Range Rover track record. Same here, I prefer a key instead of a push button and that front radar monstrosity is a big no no useless thing. Headlights are just fine the way they are, so much fuss for nothing... Toyota should leave the off-road purpose vehicles as simple and reliable as possible. See how many wish Land Rover to bring back the Defender for all these exact reasons.

      about 1 month ago
    • Blue TRD Jon
      Blue TRD Jon In reply to Cyber

      Land Rover is Notorious for breaking down now. And yes very true more tech the more your chances of something bad happening increase. You can always turn everything off though too which I like about Toyota.

      about 1 month ago
    • Jay Hair
      Jay Hair

      Would be nice if a v-8 was offered in the 4Runner.

      about 1 month ago
    • Blue TRD Jon
      Blue TRD Jon In reply to Jay Hair

      And not a dog v8 either. An actual practical one

      about 1 month ago
    • pleased to meet you
      pleased to meet you

      Man, I just bought a Subaru Outback after much deliberation between it and the 4 Runner TRD(not the Pro, can't afford it). I had to listen to my wife who wanted gas mileage. Subarus hold their value well and I have less than 500 miles. I know I'll take a hit but would you guys just cut your losses or drive it a year? Torture

      about 1 month ago
    • kennx1
      kennx1 In reply to pleased to meet you

      pleased to meet you
      Cut your losses and get rid of it...me & wife did the same thing back in 2013 and I have regretted it every since...not to mention I will never buy another Subaru as long as I live... I thought we were doing the best thing for us at the time & it really came back to get me...just google 2013 Subaru Outback problems oil consumption and transmission issues...long story short...worst decision ever... I regret buying it and passing on the forerunner everyday...

      about 1 month ago
    • Blue TRD Jon
      Blue TRD Jon In reply to pleased to meet you

      BAHAHAHA yes

      about 1 month ago
    • pleased to meet you
      pleased to meet you In reply to pleased to meet you

      +Blue TRD Jon Right on. I should force her to drive it. It's a qualify car but such a beta male ride...lol

      about 1 month ago
    • Blue TRD Jon
      Blue TRD Jon In reply to pleased to meet you

      Definitely just do what’s economical for you man. Maybe even hold onto it for a few years and who knows maybe the 6th gen will be out

      about 1 month ago
    • mark Vantrease
      mark Vantrease

      I want this, help with some discounts?

      about 1 month ago
    • Blue TRD Jon
      Blue TRD Jon In reply to mark Vantrease

      I wish I had that much YouTube power! Just try to order it before the dealer gets it at the port. Save yourself TONS

      about 1 month ago
    • Gary Finnstrom
      Gary Finnstrom

      So they have done nothing to fix the 39 major problems listed by the NHTSA which included engines drivetrain problems brake fuel line at the top of the list …..
      Not much of any improvements at all.... Toyota is not like it used to be

      about 1 month ago
    • Blue TRD Jon
      Blue TRD Jon In reply to Gary Finnstrom

      It’s unfortunate that they are waiting to just do a whole line up over haul it seems

      about 1 month ago
    • Anna Marconetto
      Anna Marconetto

      My husband will be be selling his beloved 07 FJ he bought new to finally get a new truck. the 2020 trd will be the one

      about 1 month ago
    • Blue TRD Jon
      Blue TRD Jon In reply to Anna Marconetto

      Hope the best!!!!

      about 1 month ago
    • Tyler W
      Tyler W

      I don't think the Sequoia has quite earned the TRD Pro label yet. TRD Sport-Plus is more like it.

      about 1 month ago
    • Blue TRD Jon
      Blue TRD Jon In reply to Tyler W

      Exactly

      about 1 month ago
    • Jed Johnson
      Jed Johnson

      Meh, update it for real already. I was done with the 4runner after I had a 2003 with auto climate control and electric switchgear for the 4WD system and found out the new model took all these features away. More money for a decontented vehicle is infuriating.

      about 2 months ago
    • Blue TRD Jon
      Blue TRD Jon In reply to Jed Johnson

      After driving vehicles with 8 speed transmissions I could not agree more

      about 1 month ago
    • Jed Johnson
      Jed Johnson In reply to Jed Johnson

      +Blue TRD Jon It's time for an proper engine / transmission update as well. It's overweight for the torque it makes and could use a few more gears.

      about 1 month ago
    • Blue TRD Jon
      Blue TRD Jon In reply to Jed Johnson

      It is rather annoying

      about 2 months ago
    • Timothy Benton
      Timothy Benton

      The thing I miss most about my v8 Durango when I switch over to the 4Runner is the power. I doubt I will get another Toyota unless they put a V8 in a future 4Runner.

      about 2 months ago
    • Blue TRD Jon
      Blue TRD Jon In reply to Timothy Benton

      It really will.

      about 2 months ago
    • Blue TRD Jon
      Blue TRD Jon In reply to Timothy Benton

      Hahahahah

      about 2 months ago
    • Suave House
      Suave House In reply to Timothy Benton

      Supercharger and regear will out run that old dodge V8 lol

      about 2 months ago
    • Timothy Benton
      Timothy Benton In reply to Timothy Benton

      +Blue TRD Jon I had the old 5.9L (non-hemi), but almost a full 2 liter bottle of Mt Dew worth of more power.

      about 2 months ago
    • Blue TRD Jon
      Blue TRD Jon In reply to Timothy Benton

      Hard to go to a v6 from a hemi

      about 2 months ago
    • falcosbejo Boo!!!
      falcosbejo Boo!!!

      Fuck u #ToyotaUSA !!! Put a LED HEADLIGHTS on the TACOMA AND 4RUNNER!!! CHEAP A$% HEADLIGHTS!!! 👎!!! BOO!!!

      about 2 months ago
    • Denver Lee Harris
      Denver Lee Harris

      Love Toyota. Have a 2014 FJ Cruiser Ultimate TRD Edition, and I say to the 2020’s... YAWN.

      about 2 months ago
    • Blue TRD Jon
      Blue TRD Jon In reply to Denver Lee Harris

      Just hard to change a lot when they want to keep reliability a standard

      about 2 months ago
    • Denver Lee Harris
      Denver Lee Harris In reply to Denver Lee Harris

      Blue TRD Jon It seems maybe they are getting comfortable being number 1?

      about 2 months ago
    • Blue TRD Jon
      Blue TRD Jon In reply to Denver Lee Harris

      Nothing crazy for sure

      about 2 months ago
    • The Nguyener
      The Nguyener

      soooo nothing???

      about 2 months ago
    • Blue TRD Jon
      Blue TRD Jon In reply to The Nguyener

      Nothing crazy

      about 2 months ago
    • Jan pur
      Jan pur

      There is truly no need for too much electronics! just one good river crossing could stall the engine. Make a basic 4x4 with front and rear solid axles and lockers and a real key to start.

      about 2 months ago