After more than a decade, the new generation of the Toyota Tundra is finally coming, and now the wait for the new full-size truck seems to be over.

On Thursday, Tundras.com forum member Tibetan Nomad posted leaked images of the 2022 Toyota Tundra that were reportedly posted by a dealer representative on TundraCrew’s Facebook group.

In view of the lighting and the background, the images look like screenshots from official press photos or a video tour in the studio.

Based on the wheels and the lettering embossed on the tailgate, the 2022 Toyota Tundra shown is the off-road oriented TRD Pro model.

2022 Toyota Tundra leaked via Tundra.com forum

We saw previous teaser pictures, so there aren’t many surprises with the front-end design. In the pictures we see LED lighting, yellow marker lights, a headlight in the grille just below the word Toyota and fog lights on the bottom of the grille. The back of the domed bonnet features what appears to be Ram 1500-like badges.

Black wheels, presumably made of aluminum, are wrapped in what appear to be all-terrain tires.

2022 Toyota Tundra leaked via Tundra.com forum

2022 Toyota Tundra leaked via Tundra.com forum

TRD Pro is embossed into the tailgate with three yellow LED marker lights above the release handle. Vertical LED taillights have two light elements.

The next generation Tundra is expected to run on a new modular truck platform that will also underpin the next generation Tacoma, 4Runner and Sequoia.

The current Tundra’s 5.7-liter V-8 is likely to be retired with the redesign. A new twin-turbo V-6 will power the 2022 Tundra with an optional hybrid version.

Stay tuned to find out more about the Toyota Tundra 2022.

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