Toyota published two teaser photos to Instagram this week showing off details of the upcoming 2024 Tacoma TRD Pro, giving us an idea of what sorts of updates to expect from the refresh of the popular mid-size pickup.
The first image is a close-up shot of a rear wheel sporting a rugged black-painted design with a TRD badge, wrapped in a capable all-terrain tire. What’s most interesting about this photo is the brake setup that lies beyond the wheel. It’s a disc brake, the first for a Tacoma TRD Pro. Before this, the TRD Pro had to make do with drums in the rear. No longer, it seems.
The next image gives us a close-up look at the Tacoma TRD Pro’s front suspension setup. Specifically, we can see a Fox QS3 coil-over with Toyota’s signature red spring. The QS3 design currently isn’t used in any production car, according to Fox’s website. Right now, you can only buy them for off-road vehicles like side-by-sides. This could mean a big improvement over the current TRD Pro’s setup for 2024.
Toyota has yet to release a date for the 2024 Toyota Tacoma’s reveal, though considering the constant teasing it’s been doing this past month, we expect a full premiere within the month.
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