2018 Toyota Tundra


Assembled in America

To build a machine as tough as the 2018 Toyota Tundra, it takes a nation. That's why you can feel the pride that goes into crafting each and every Tundra.

A dedicated team proudly assembles every Tundra in San Antonio, Texas. In fact, the 1974 Edition takes its name from the year the ranch on which Toyota plant now sits was founded. Toyota is committed for the long haul to building the most capable full-size pickup truck on the planet.


The 2018 Toyota Tundra offers 2 engine chooses. The first is an i-FORCE 4.7L V8 engine that delivers 310 horsepower and 327 pound-feet of torque. If you looking for more power or more towing capacity you can get a i-FORCE 5.7L V8 that pushes out 381 horsepower and 401 pound-feet of torque. The Tundra also comes standard with the largest-in-class front brakes equipped with 4 piston brake calipers and an automatic limited-slip differential.

Interior and Utility

The Tundra has the optimal blend of functionality and comfort, Tundra's spacious cabin gives you and your crew plenty of room to stretch out. Premium Materials are used throughout for an upscale feel, and an intuitive control layout puts your tech right where you need it. Tundra comes standard with fold up rear seats on the Double Cab and CrewMax. This not only creates more more room, it also makes it easier to load cargo. The Toyota Tundra has an available dual zone automatic climate control system with individual temperature settings for driver and front passenger.

Payload and Towing

The 2018 Tundra is built with features like staggered, outboard mounted shocks, a heavy duty TripleTech frame with integrated towing hitch receiver, plus a trailer hitch that utilizes 12 high strength bolts integrated into the frame. Tundra's i-FORCE 5.7L V8 has the power to tow over 10,000 pounds. Tundra's 4-/7-pin connector is integrated into the rear bumper and is ready for any compatible trailer. So all you have to do in hitch up, plug in and haul out. An integrated trailer brake controller is also available on the Tundra.

  Safety Features

Standard safety equipment includes air bags, anti-lock disc brakes, a rearview camera, and stability and traction control. Every 2018 Tundra also comes standard with Toyota Safety Sense P package that includes lane departure warning with steering assist, automatic high beams, pre-collision system with pedestrian detection and dynamic radar cruise control.