2016 Toyota Tacoma
It's Back To The Future day, and Toyota is getting in on the fun by introducing a one-off update to the black pickup truck that featured in the original film.
Toyota is recalling 310 examples of the 2016 Tacoma because they might have the wrong bolts holding their driver's side knee airbags.
Dirt, mud and gravel, steep grades both up and down, huge stacks of boulders and even a deep pit of loose sand all conspire to make a formidable obstacle course for the 2016 Toyota Tacoma in this On Location video.
We've seen the 2016 Toyota Tacoma exterior, but now we have more detail. There will be a new, more powerful Atkinson-cycle V6 engine, push-button start, Qi wireless charging, a locking tailgate that can lower itself slowly, an available tri-fold hard tonneau, blind-spot detection with Rear Cross Traffic Alert, a stiffer frame and bodyshell and a lot more.
Here's your first full look at the 2016 Toyota Tacoma. The midsize pickup will make is official debut at the Detroit Auto Show, next week, and while no official information has been released just yet, these first shots give us a pretty good idea of what to expect.
Toyota is following up its muddy teaser of the back of the 2016 Tacoma with a dusty new one that shows the truck's face for the first time. Without seeing more of the pickup, it's impossible to make any educated judgments, but the company appears to be taking the Taco's styling in a new direction.
With the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon set to arrive in dealers in the near future, it's high time Toyota got to work on a replacement for the Tacoma, a vehicle whose present generation debuted in the middle of the Bush Administration. Now, we have images of that new pickup undergoing