Full-size pickups are the last bastion of American automotive superiority, but that hasn’t stopped the Japanese from doing their best to infiltrate the segment. Toyota launched the first salvo back in 1999 with its V6-powered T100 pickup and has since grown the model is dimension and displacement to become the almost-full-size Tundra we know today.
These are the first spy shots of the all-new Tundra that’s set to debut in a couple weeks at the Chicago Auto Show. The vehicle is undergoing its last bit of testing before it takes the stage in the Windy City. The all-new 2007 Tundra was designed specifically for the North American market and will be built in the U.S. at Toyota plants in both Indiana and Texas.

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