Toyota's new Tundra pickup will do the San Antonio Stroll right into Chicago next month. The new generation of the company's largest pickup will be unveiled in the city where smothering hot dogs with lettuce and celery salt is standard culinary practice (ok, ok, they're freaking good, ok?). Word is the Tundra, to be built at the company's new San Antonio, Texas plant, will continue its competitive assault on the dominant US trux, with muscular design cues taken from the company's FTX concept (pictured), a more powerful V8 and an uptick in size (megacab?). Rumored diesel and hybrid versions won't likely hit this year.
Toyota to Build Big 'Ol Diesel Truck by 2009 [internal]