The i-FORCE MAX engine is an accessible option for the Tundra and incorporates hybrid technology for increased performance. This hybrid engine is capable of producing an electrifying 437 horsepower and an incredible 583 lb-ft of torque due to the combination of a Twin-Turbo V6 and an electric motor. And because of the novel positioning of the electric motor between the engine and the transmission, power can be transmitted in an effective manner without any seen latency.
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i-FORCE MAX Twin-Turbo V6 Powertrain
The 583 lb-ft of torque produced by the Tundra’s available i-FORCE MAX hybrid engine is produced in the low rpm region, where it is most useful. At 2400 speed, the electric motor generator produces its maximum power. As soon as you press the accelerator, you are fully prepared to take action.
Max Towing of up to 12,000 Lbs.
Tundra can pull up to 12,000 pounds thanks to its powerful engine, robust frame, and refined suspension. Tundra provides assurance while hauling, whether you’re headed out on a weekend camping trip or bringing the ATVs to the desert.
10-Speed Automatic Transmission
When you’re ascending a muddy slope, hauling a trailer, or just cruising down the freeway in your Tundra, the 10-speed automatic transmission helps you utilize more power.
Electrified Motor, Generator and Battery
The Power Control Unit (PCU) of the Tundra’s i-FORCE MAX hybrid electric engine ensures peak efficiency and extended battery life. In order to provide immediate power and an exciting drive, this cutting-edge system fills in the gaps in the torque curve to make it as high and smooth as possible. Under the back seats is a tried and tested 288V sealed Nickel-Metal Hydride (Ni-MH) battery pack where all this potential energy can be kept.