2021 Toyota Tundra | Where power meets potential.
Featuring a standard trailer brake controller,42 a two-piece drive shaft and a massive 10.5-in. ring gear, Tundra is ready to deliver more confidence every time you’re behind the wheel. So whether you’re towing, hauling or just heading home, you can rest assured that Tundra carries a payload of capability.
Active Traction Control Tundra 4WD models include an A-TRAC system that optimizes traction across the front and rear axles simultaneously, helping improve grip on low-traction surfaces. This also allows full use of the 2-speed transfer case, so you always have access to Tundra’s incredible torque.
FORCE 5.7L V8 Tundra’s 346-cu.-in. i-FORCE 5.7L V8 produces 381 hp and 401 lb.-ft. of torque. Pair it with a 6-speed automatic transmission with a standard Tow Package that includes TOW/HAUL Mode, and you’ve got one truck with heavy-duty towing capabilities.1
1. Before towing, confirm your vehicle and trailer are compatible, hooked up and loaded properly and that you have any necessary additional equipment. Do not exceed any Weight Ratings and follow all instructions in your Owner’s Manual. The maximum you can tow depends on base curb weight plus the total weight of any cargo, occupants, and added vehicle equipment. “Added vehicle equipment” includes additional standard/optional equipment and accessories added by the manufacturer, dealers, and/or vehicle owners. The only way to be certain of your vehicle’s exact curb weight is to weigh your vehicle without passengers or cargo. [Calculated with the new SAE J2807 method.] Installation of a tow hitch receiver or other accessories located near the rear bumper or side-door kick sensors may require disabling or removing the kick sensor, and the sensor operation setting in your vehicle should be turned off. See Owner’s Manual for limitations.