Toyota has announced that the 2011 version of it’s full-size 1/2-ton pickup, the Tundra will receive a number of minor updates for the model year. Chief among them, is the adoption of dual cam Variable Valve Timing with Intelligence (VVT-i) on the 4.0-liter V6, for improved throttle response and slightly better fuel economy. Another feature is the adoption of brake override and trailer sway control programing as standard equipment.
In addition, Toyota has also announced prices for the ’11s, which are some 1.7 percent higher than the 2010 models – for example a base two-wheel drive, 4.0-liter powered Tundra regular cab, will start at $23,935, while a Limited Crew Max, equipped with the 5.7-liter iForce V8 and 4WD will now start at $42,455.
[Source: Pickup trucks.com]