This is not a drill!! The Toyota Tacoma has finally been redesigned since its redesign in 2016. However, this is no basic redesign, for Toyota has completely reshaped how the 2024 Toyota Tacoma looks, performs, and drives! In this article, we are going to dive into every detail we have about the all-new Tacoma, and share some of our predictions as well.

 What’s New for 2024?

  • Completely redesigned Exterior and Interior
  • Revised Trim Lineup with New Additions
  • Upgraded Technology
  • New Powertrain Line-up

Trims and Pricing

Pricing Information will be Released Later in 2023



TRD PreRunner

TRD Sport

TRD Off-Road




We Expect the pricing to stay in line with the current Toyota Tacoma, starting around $30,000 and ranging up to $55,000 for the top models.

Design and Features

Now, if you are a fan of the Tacoma’s bigger brother, the Tundra, then you are in luck for this redesign. Essentially, the Tacoma becomes a “mini Tundra,” utilizing much of the Tundra’s body lines and design language. Of course, each Tacoma will come with a different skin depending on trim, as can be seen in the gallery above. As for the interior, it’s a lot of the same story when it comes to mimicking the Tundra. At the center of the cabin will be an 8 or 14-inch display paired with an 8 or 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster, a nice upgrade from the Tundra. The biggest difference in the Tacoma’s cabin will be the more rugged and durable plastics as compared to nicer finishings on the Tundra. However, we noticed that Toyota has put in effort to make the new Tacoma’s cabin a more luxurious place to be, without sacrificing utility.

As for the features, we are not sure the full trim breakdown of all of the features, but here is a breakdown of what we do know will be on the 2024 Toyota Tacoma:




LED Headlights

Standard, nicer arrangement on higher trims

LED Fog Lamps

Standard on Most Models


Specific Specs To Be Determined


Specially tuned on TRD and Trailhunter Models, Adaptive on Limited


Unknown Specs at this time

Cab Configurations

XtraCab 2-Door and DoubleCab 4-Door available on different models with 5 or 6-foot beds

LED Taillights

Partially LED, unsure on trim availability

Bed Power Outlet


Forward Emergency Braking

Standard on all Tacoma models with Toyota Safety Sense 3.0

Lane Keep Assist

Auto High Beams

Adaptive Cruise Control


Smart Entry


Power Running Boards

Standard on Limited only

Push Button Start


Wireless Charging


360 Degree Camera


Heated and Ventilated Seats

Standard on Limited+

JBL Premium Audio- 10 Speakers

Standard on TRD Pro and Trailhunter (Optional on lower trims)

Digital Mirror




Rear Amenities

Under-seat Storage

Standard, increased from last generation


Additionally, for in depth details on the 2024 Tacoma, watch our full first look review linked at the bottom of this article.

2024 Tacoma TRD Pro

What’s Under the Hood?

Finally, Toyota has replaced the old V-6 with a new i-Force 4-Cylinder for this new generation, with specs as follows:

  • i-Force – 2.4L Turbo I-4:
  • SR: 228 hp | 243 lb.ft (lower tuning)
  • SR5-Limited: 278 hp | 317 lb ft
  • Same HP as last years V-6, a lot more torque (+52 lb.ft)
  • With manual: 270 hp | 310 lb.ft

  • i-Force MAX Hybrid – 2.4L Turbo I-4 + electric motor, nickel-hydride battery
  • 326 hp | 465 lb.ft – Most powerful Tacoma ever
  • Nearly double the previous V-6’s torque
  • More powerful than Colorado High-Output, Ranger Raptor will beat it
  • Optional: TRD Sport, TRD Off-Road, Limited
  • Standard: TRD Pro, Trailhunter
  • Transmission:
  • Std: 8-speed automatic (including Hybrid)
  • Opt: 6-speed manual
  • 4×2 or 4×4:
  • All models have Limited Slip Diff (LSD)
  • Locking rear diff on TRD PreRunner, TRD Off-Road, TRD Pro, Trailhunter

As expected, fuel economy has not yet been rated, and we have yet to drive the 2024 Tacoma as of now.

When it comes to availability, the i-Force powertrain models will be available in late 2023, with the i-Force MAX models coming in early 2024.

We hope you have found this overview of the 2024 Toyota Tacoma helpful! For a more detailed first look of the Tacoma, please watch our video below! What do you think of the new Tacoma? Let us know in the comments!