Posted by Justin L on September 12, 2017
2018 is looking great for Toyota and its line of trucks including the Tundra and Sequoia. Updates to include technology packages and cosmetic parts for both trucks making them one of the top contenders in the field of heavy duty utility vehicles.
Tundra is getting a few updates for 2018, noticeably the Toyota Safety Sense-P. This package includes active safety features such as; pre-collision with pedestrian detection, lane departure alert, auto high-beams, and dynamic radar cruise control. The updated Sequoia will get the same safety features.
Aesthetically, the 2018 Tundra will be getting new mesh grilles on some trims, and billet on the 1794 Edition and Limited. All upper trims will be getting LED headlights and daytime running lights.
The Tundra TRD Sport will be more aggressive with its pavement-oriented package. TRD anti-sway bars and a set of specially tuned Bilstein shocks will keep this truck grounded. Mesh grille, TRD emblems, black-bezel headlights are a few of the updated features to be on the TRD Tundra. The dedicated off-road warriors will find that there are plenty of room behind the mesh grille for additional LED light bars.
2018 is the first time ever the Sequoia will get the TRD trim meaning it will get the TRD package similar to the Tundra. Not much is done to the motor since this is more for styling.