Toyota has been releasing a storm of teasers for the upcoming Tacoma, which will have some serious competition with the arrival of the 2024 Ford Ranger and the new Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon. And the TRD Pro trim represents the brand’s ultimate off-road-focused midsize truck on the American market. And the image above is likely just that: the next-generation Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro.
A reported leak image showcases the all-new 2024 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro off-road; it’s kicking up some serious dust in what seems to be a desert. According to a forum post, the image surfaced and was reportedly obtained by someone who scanned the Toyota images web server. Though this image wasn’t linked anywhere at Toyota.com, it was reported in a publicly-accessible folder. Unfortunately, we’ll never know for sure since the link it came from no longer leads to any image, which was probably something done after the leak appeared on the Tacoma4G forum.
2024 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro: What To Expect
If this is an official 2024 Toyota Tacoma image, it appears this model is a TRD Pro trim, with sharp edges and widened fenders that make the truck look spectacular. We know from a previous teaser that the TRD Pro will have specially tuned Fox dampers, but it’s unclear if that’ll be enough to take on both the Chevy Colorado ZR2 and the Ford Ranger Raptor. We can hope that the 2024 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro will come with a set of 33-inch all-terrain tires, which would be large enough to remain competitive. It’s safe to say the hood scoop will once again be for show on this model, but with the addition of a turbocharged hybrid powertrain, it’s entirely possible that Toyota could make the TRD Pro have 366 ponies, which could make it have the most power out of the three trucks.
We’ll likely have more information regarding the 2024 Ford Ranger on May 10, which is just a few days away; following that, Toyota will unveil the new Taco on May 19, likely on the first day of Overland Expo West. No, it’s not on a Tuesday.