The all-new Toyota Tacoma is completely redesigned and reimagined for model year 2024, ready to help drivers tackle their ambitious adventure bucket lists.
For the new generation of Tacoma, Toyota engineers focused on its rich history of quality, durability and reliability, while incorporating modern tech, rugged styling and go-anywhere capability, according to a press announcing its availability.
“Our engineers outdid themselves with this next-generation Tacoma,” said Dave Christ, Toyota group vice president and general manager. “This truck offers customers more of everything, including technology, style and capability, all with an attractive starting MSRP. This is a segment Toyota has carried for years, and we feel this next iteration of Tacoma only raises the bar.”
For 2024, Tacoma is completely redesigned from the ground up. Built on the TNGA-F global truck platform shared with Tundra, Sequoia and Land Cruiser, the all-new Tacoma was designed and engineered specifically for the U.S. market.
Constructed from a high-strength boxed, steel-ladder frame, it adds numerous features aimed at off-road enthusiasts.
One leap forward is a fully redesigned coil spring multi-link rear suspension. Available on most grades, the new suspension improves overall ride and handling, officials said.
The new Tacoma also diversifies its powertrain choices, with two options that improve both power and efficiency. The turbocharged i-FORCE 2.4L engine produces up to 278 hp and 317 pound-feet of torque. The available i-FORCE MAX hybrid produces up to 326 hp and 465 pound-feet of torque, the most in the mid-size truck segment, the company stated.
The trucks also sport a variety of upgraded styling, comfort and technological advancements.