Toyota will expand the Tundra lineup for the 2018 model year with the addition of a new TRD Sport model.

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Toyota will offer it in 4x2 and 4x4 configurations with power coming from a 5.7-liter V8 making 381-horsepower.

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To improve handling, Bilstein shock absorbers and upgraded antiroll bars are installed.

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For additional visual spice, the truck gets body-colored mirrors, bumpers and hood scoop, a mesh grille, LED headlights and TRD Sport bedside graphics.

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The Tundra TRD Sport rides on 20-inch silver aluminum wheels with black accents.

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On the inside of the Tundra TRD Sport, upgrades are on the sparse side with only a TRD shift knob and special floor mats.

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Exterior colors available on the Tundra TRD Sport include Super White, Magnetic Gray, Midnight Black Pearl, Blazing Blue Pearl and Barcelona Red Metallic.

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All 2018 Tundra models will now come standard with the Toyota Safety Sense suite of features including lane-departure alert, pedestrian detection, auto high beams and dynamic cruise control.

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All 2018 Tundras will also get new grille and front lighting housings.

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The 2018 Toyota Tundra TRD Sport will go on sale in September.

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