Toyota dropped the new 2014 Tundra today at the Chicago Auto Show. We’d call it “all new,” but well, it ain’t quite all new. As a matter of fact, it’s more of a heavy-duty facelift—the truck stays the same underneath, which is kind of unfortunate, considering that skeleton dates back seven years at this point. Still, pickup truck buyers tend to be loyal, so we’re guessing Tundra fans will have plenty to like here.
Apart from the brawny new face and a revised interior, the big news is a pair of new high-end trim levels—Platinum and 1794 Edition. Platinum is pretty much analogous to the F-150’s Platinum trim, while the 1794 Edition—named after the Texas ranch that the Tundra factory sits upon—is a lot like Ford’s King Ranch trim level. Call ‘em “city luxury” and “country luxury” trucks, and you’re right on the money. We’re looking forward to checking the 2014 Tundra out in person, but for now, we’ll let you check out those pictures above and see which version you like best. [Shout-out to Toyota!]