Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro Gets Snorkel So It Doesn't Choke on Sand

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At the Chicago Auto Show, it took the wraps off the trail-tough versions of the Tundra, 4Runner and Tacoma.

As far as the 2019 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro is concerned, it gets - besides the 2.5-inch Fox shocks front and rear - a new skid plate and chrome tip for the cat-back exhaust.

There's also other rugged off-road equipment.

Toyota is throwing the catalog at the 2019 Tacoma TRD Pro to keep fans interested in the ultimate off-road truck as the Chevy Colorado ZR2 grabs attention.

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The new Tacoma TRD Pro also gets a new front skidplate and the TRD logo applied everywhere possible.

The snorkel is not meant to allow the Tacoma TRD Pro to travel under water, but as anyone with an internet connection knows, that is what makes the best videos. Inside, Entune Premium JBL Audio, integrated navigation and app suite all come standard, and there are TRD Pro-branded floor mats and leather-trimmed seats, among other features. A TRD Desert Air Intake is optional and helps reduce dust the truck might slurp up by moving the intake up by the windshield from the fender well.

For 2019, the entire TRD Pro family rides on 2.5-inch TRD Pro-exclusive Fox Internal Bypass shocks that have been tuned specifically for each vehicle.

The 2019 TRD Pro series will be available in fall of 2018, and each vehicle will be offered in three colors that include Super White, Midnight Black Metallic or Voodoo Blue (a TRD Pro exclusive). As for the 2019 4Runner TRD Pro, Toyota added a new roof rack, skid plate and 17-inch matte-black alloys wrapped in Nitto Terra Grappler A/T tires. The Tundra TRD Pro also gets some sweet BBS wheels created to save a little bit of unsprung weight at each corner; each model gets other visual upgrades to set them apart from their lesser siblings. As a limited edition release, next year's TRD Pro will feature the same Fox Internal Bypass shocks, a wider array of paint choices, and a TRD Desert Air Intake option.