The Toyota Tacoma Trailhunter model year 2025 has now been released in the EV option. Check out what's new for this model year 2025 below!
Looks like the American truck war is heating up. On one side is the eternal struggle of the full-size Tacoma Trailhunter, which has now corrected itself according to the precepts of the EV revolution to take on the heroes Rivian R1T, GMC Hummer EV and Ford F-150 Lightning, which are already on the market, against the upcoming Chevy Silverado EV, GMC Sierra EV, Ram 1500 REV and Tesla Cybertruck contenders.
The resurgence of the compact truck sector has only a few unibody athletes, the sophisticated Hyundai Santa Cruz and the (still) more affordable and electrified Ford Maverick. However, it seems that the fights have already been resolved in favor of the latter.
So Toyota, which is supposedly considering a Stout return to the industry, needs to continue asserting its dominance over mid-sized mid-terrains through the big things to come from the 2024 Tacoma Trailhunter.
And, at least for now, they're bombarding everyone with plenty of next-gen hints, including electrified i-Force Max hybrid greatness.
Indeed, the Japanese automaker has kicked off the teaser marketing campaign for the best-selling pickup truck, and we already have a lot of information to ponder. The first teaser showed a dark silhouette, but it's clear that the 2024 Tacoma Trailhunter is like a mini-Tundra.
And just like its bigger brother, it will also have access to the i-Force Max powertrain to TRD Pro grade, although it's anyone's guess whether it will feature the same 437 horsepower configuration or a lower level as in the 362 hp Grande. Highlander.
That wasn't all anyway, because the company also revealed that it will be adding a new adventurer to the family, the rugged and accessorized 2024 Tacoma Trailhunter. Everyone saw the series coming, but getting official confirmation before the next release is still lovely indeed.
But what about people who are too impatient to go through the ordeal of Toyota Trailhunter? For them, the imaginative realm of digital car content creators has a solution, of course. Or two, and maybe even three.
So, based on the available teaser images, a group of YouTube channels asked their resident pixel masters to produce some new CGI interpretations of the fourth-generation midsize pickup truck.
At first we only saw small digital parts of the Toyota Trailhunter vehicle courtesy of AutoYa info, but now there are additional unofficial views from the Halo oto and GFcar channels on YT as well.