Like the Adventure trim line it's based on, the TRD Off-Road has tall roof rails, larger wheel arch protectors, a more aggressive grille and bumper design, and 218mm worth of ground clearance.
The 2020 RAV4 TRD Off Road gets a TRD off-road suspension "inspired by" the Rally RAV4 race team, with standard dynamic torque vectoring all-wheel drive, Falken Wildpeak A/T Trail all-terrain tires on TRD 18-inch matte black wheels and TRD exterior and interior features like magnetic gray metallic paint, dark gray front and rear lower fascias and standard front fog lights. The new Panoramic View Monitor (PVM) is standard equipment on Limited-grade Tacomas.
Though the 2020 Tacoma largely carries over from last year's model aside from the tech upgrade and styling updates, Toyota addressed a number of common complaints.
Full details on the 2020 Sequoia TRD Pro can be found in the document attached below. Last but not least are newly 16-inch allow wheels, which is actually smaller than the ones in the Limited. A TRD-tuned Fox internal bypass shock suspension is the main tool needed for the task, providing the auto with 7 compression zones and 2 rebound zones, as well as an increase in rebound travel of 18 mm.
Most Tacoma grades also get a power adjustable driver seat for the first time - and every trim comes standard with Toyota Safety Sense P. That includes pre-collision warning, pedestrian detection, lane departure warning, automatic high-beams, and radar cruise control.
With standard power moonroof and, on automatic transmission models, JBL Premium Audio, there's no leaving luxury behind when the pavement ends.
You can have the 2020 Tacoma as Access Cab (127.4-in wheelbase, 73.7-in bed) or Double Cab (127.4-in wheelbase, 60.5-in bed or 140.6-in wheelbase, 73.7-in bed).
Two powertrains are on tap - the 2.7-liter four-cylinder mill making 159 hp and 180 lb-ft of torque and the musclier 3.5-liter V6 producing 278 hp and 265 lb-ft of twist. When properly equipped, the Tacoma can pull up to 6,800 lbs.