with Launched Toyota Tacoma 2024, the brand has announced a wide range of trim levels and specifications. And we’ve seen almost all of them. But one thing we missed was the TRD Off-Road trim level, the more accessible level of off-road navigation. Banh tet. Thanks to a user at the Tacoma4G.com forum (where you can see a few more detailed photos)We finally get to see TRD Off-Road.
TRD Off-Road is positioned similarly to the TRD Sport version, focusing only on activities off the sidewalk instead of being sportier on the sidewalk. As such, it shares a number of features including similarly sized fender flares, a front spoiler, fog lights, smoke-colored LED headlights, and black badging. But it also has unique visual accents. The aforementioned fenders are made of plain black plastic, as are the door handles. It’s fun, it does Are not take the hood of the TRD Sport.
TRD Off-Road has many other features that you can’t see in the picture, but Toyota revealed itself. Total truck sit on Bilstein remote reservoir shocks that are adapted for off-road duty. It has selectable driving modes for different terrains. An electronically locked rear differential is standard, as are the sliding panels. Optional 17-inch or 18-inch wheels are offered, and 33-inch tires can also be fitted. As an option, Off-Road can be equipped with a front electronic swing bar disconnect.
Like the Sport, the TRD Off-Road is only available in a four-door configuration. It comes with a non-hybrid turbocharged 2.4-liter four-cylinder as standard, making 278 horsepower and 317 pound-feet of torque with an eight-speed automatic transmission, or 270 horsepower. and 310 pound-feet with a six-speed manual transmission. . The truck can be upgraded with mixture The four-cylinder makes 326 horsepower and 465 pound-feet of torque. The truck also comes with coil spring rear suspension.
Like the other 2024 Tacoma, non-hybrid models will be available later this year, with hybrid models due early next year. Pricing hasn’t been announced, but Off-Road will be somewhere in the middle of the price list and will certainly be much more affordable than the TRD Pro and Trailhunter versions.