GM Authority has previously reported on a number of next-gen 2024 Toyota Tacoma developments, including spy spots and leaked images from a patent filing in Brazil. Today, a much more complete photo of the all-new 2024 Tacoma has been leaked on the internet.
While Toyota has not claimed that the photo is official, it does appear to be consistent with several of Toyota’s teasers. The new Tacoma has a more muscular and aggressive look, with a large front grille, a bold front bumper and a wide-track stance. The headlamps are more angular and have a more modern design, giving the truck a refreshed look.
On the inside, the interior is expected to be updated with a larger infotainment screen and a more ergonomic layout. The aforementioned spy shots also revealed a digital instrument cluster and a larger center console.
Thus far, Toyota has been tight-lipped about the details of the 2024 Tacoma, but this leaked photo confirms some of the rumors circulating about the truck. Furthermore, GM Authority reported that the Tacoma will be available with a hybrid powertrain.
The Japanese-based automaker has also been teasing different trims and features of the new Tacoma with a plethora of press releases, including the Trailhunter, geared towards off-road enthusiasts and features rugged upgrades such as all-terrain tires, skid plates, and rock sliders. The Japanese automaker also revealed that the Tacoma would be available with a manual transmission in addition to a detachable and portable JBL speaker.
The 2024 Tacoma is expected to be unveiled on May 19th. Of course, this all-new Tacoma will compete with the 2023 Chevy Colorado and 2023 GMC Canyon, both of which have been thoroughly redesigned for the 2023 model year.