Another vehicle of interest from the Chicago Auto Show was the recently announced Tundra Work Truck that's pictured here.
It's aimed at those who require a tough, no-frills truck. Four-wheel drive models will be available in Regular and Double Cab models in standard and long bed configurations with either a V-6 or one of two V-8 engines.
We're drawn to the Work Truck's black bumpers and grille surround. We're also down with its washable vinyl bench seats, rubber floor cover and black instrument panel and HVAC controls. With the Work Truck package you'll forego a lighted ignition key ring, the glove box light, cruise control and remote keyless entry as standard features although they will be available.
This truck is expected to have a reduced MSRP that will range from $550 to $655 less than the truck's standard MSRP, depending on the model, though final pricing of the truck will be announced shortly before the vehicle goes on sale this spring.
We'll have more info on the Work Truck Tundra in the June issue of Four Wheeler.