The announced 2021 Toyota Tacoma Diesel will probably arrive in the second half of 2020. According to the latest reports, the truck will include several significant updates and improvements. The majority of these changes will occur on the exterior of the vehicle.
Furthermore, a brand-new suspension will be available, as well as refined off-road features. Also, the interior of the pickup will get minor tweaks and changes as well. Some of the features will be completely redesigned, while others might get the latest tech updates. As a result, the forthcoming Tacoma will remain one of the most popular pickup trucks in the class.
2021 Toyota Tacoma Diesel Design and New Suspension
As for exterior design, 2021 Toyota Tacoma will not be significantly different from the regular version. However, the Diesel will add larger 19-inch wheels and all-season tires to the standard package. Moreover, we mentioned above the brand-new suspension, which will boost the performance. The suspension includes the Blistein springs. As a result, off-road performances will be improved.
Furthermore, the front side of the pickup will deliver very appealing design language, with a higher positioned bumper and massive fog lights. Also, a fresh pair of headlights look very lovely, as well as the black radiator grille. As for the rear end, the refined taillights and chrome accents bring a more stylish look to that part of the truck.
The interior of 2021 Toyota Tacoma Diesel will see numerous changes and updates. Same as before, the cabin of the pickup will provide generous space and a high level of comfort. The Tacoma offers two rows of seats with more than enough room to accommodate up to five passengers.
Overall, the whole cabin provides a high-end level of comfort. Besides, the tech section will be updated, with features like Apple CarPlay/Android Auto integration as part of the standard equipment. Also, like the regular model, the diesel version will include a wider dashboard.
According to the latest reports from the company’s HQ, 2021 Toyota Tacoma will offer one additional engine option. Besides the diesel mill, the forthcoming truck includes a 2.7-liter mill, while a 3.5-liter V6 gasoline unit is optional.
Both mills provide an extraordinary amount of power, the 2.7-liter produces 160 hp, while the 3.5-liter gasoline mill develops around 280 hp. Furthermore, the two-wheel-drive setup will be standard for both engines, while the four-wheel-drive is optional.
2021 Toyota Tacoma Diesel Powertrain
The Diesel version offers a powerful 2.8-liter four-cylinder unit under the bonnet. This engine will generate around 200 hp and 350 lb-ft of torque. The 2.8-liter mill will be linked to a 6-speed automatic transmission.
Also, with this setup, Diesel will provide a much better fuel economy than the version with the gasoline engine. But, we still wait for the Japanese company to reveal more info regarding the available engines.
Release Date and Price
The arriving 2021 Toyota Tacoma Diesel will include a few different trim levels. The base model will come with a starting price of around $26,000. The better equipped TRD Sport version will have a starting price of $33,000.
On the other hand, the most popular and most expensive model will be the TRD Pro, with a price tag of $45K. However, the release date of Toyota’s new pickup is still unknown. We expect that the brand-new Tacoma will be ready in the second half of 2020.