Redesigned 2016 Toyota Tacoma to Debut at 2015 NAIAS
It has been confirmed that the 2016 Toyota Tacoma will be introduced at the upcoming 2015 Detroit Auto Show. The truck’s changes are expected to be very improving. Although they automaker won’t reveal what the redesign will bring, it’s been speculated for a while that the 2016 Tacoma will have every facet improved. With new, updated engine options, fresh exterior and redesigned cabin, the new truck is probably going to be one of the most popular pickup trucks once they release it. Since it seems that they know what they’re doing, we can expect a significantly updated truck which will have various engine options. The mid-size truck got a couple of new well-received rivals – the GMC Canyon and the Chevrolet Colorado – so it has to come with radical changes which will help it keep its leading position in the market segment which becomes harder and harder.
2016 Toyota Tacoma Redesign
We don’t know much about the new generation at the moment, but the 2016 Toyota Tacoma redesign make the truck trends, the body of the 2016 Tacoma will be larger than before. It’s been speculated that the redesign will be mild and evolutionary, meaning that they won’t radically change the truck’s exterior. It will probably get a restyled and more appealing exterior, but all of the changes will subtly improve the current generation’s style. Of course, we have to wait for the premiere at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show to make sure that all of the rumors are true.
Possible Powertrain Improvements
There are numerous speculations about possible engine range expansion; the truck’s engine lineup, reportedly, won’t have just gasoline powertrain options improved. According to the rumors, it could get a diesel D-4D engine, too. This would be an advantage, but their focus was probably on improving the current range. Take this with a grain of salt, but we expect the 2016 Toyota Tacoma to come with engines whose power output was boosted. Since the new rivals have better fuel economy, the redesigned Tacoma might have this aspect improved, too.