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2022 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro: 'Every Nut and Bolt Is New'

The Toyota Tundra has long been hailed as an excellent full-size pickup truck, and it seems like the Tundra TRD Pro will be no different. Packed with towing and off-roading upgrades and a hybrid-electric powertrain, the truck will be available for purchase in December.
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Toyota to switch to GR Supra in NHRA Funny Car competition

Toyota on Sunday unveiled the GR Supra it will use in the 2022 NHRA season, ending a 10-year run with the Camry in Funny Car competition. The reveal was made at the NHRA season finale at Auto Club Raceway in Pomona, California, and the car is expected to debut in the 2022 season opener back at Pomona in February. Before the Camry, Toyota has competed with the Celica and Solara in its 20 years of NHRA participation.
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Toyota reveals Supra Funny Car

A Toyota Racing project that began at the start of 2020 will finally get on track in February as the manufacturer introduced its Toyota GR Supra Funny Car on NHRA championship Sunday at Auto Club Raceway at Pomona. J.R. Todd, the 2018 champion, and former U.S. Nationals winner Alexis DeJoria...
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Do Your Kids Love Cars?

Whether your child (or your student) is a preschooler, a teenager, or somewhere in between, here are some creative ways to keep your kids happily engaged at home while they’re dreaming about cars. These activities are appropriate for any age to help nurture and inspire a fascination with cars. 1....

The 2022 Toyota Tundra is the first truly competitive Japanese full-size pickup

SAN ANTONIO — After 22 years and two generations (not counting the T100, a full-sized truck Toyota produced for eight years before the Tundra), Toyota has finally produced a pickup that can challenge its rivals: the new 2022 Toyota Tundra. It’s a wonder that it’s taken so long, but execs say it’s due to the company’s desire to merge three international full-size truck platforms into one, rather than home office hubris.