Toyota Debuts Updated 1794 Limited Edition Tundra

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Toyota has announced a special limited-edition Tundra for 2024, and it’s based on the off-road focused “1794” trim, which rings in at $64,735 “as built” per the Toyota website. Called the 1794 Limited Edition, only 1,500 will be built, and while a price has not been announced, we would assume it will be a few thousand dollars above the “regular” 1794 upgrade.

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The changes are significant and should appeal to overlanding fans. The truck’s exterior features a rear tailgate bearing a prominent “1794 Limited Edition” stamp, so everyone knows buyers have ponied up for a swank tan leather interior signed in cooperation with Saddleback Leather Company in Texas. Suspension is also upgraded with Fox 2.5-inch shocks that feature internal bypass construction and add just a tick over an inch of lift.

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Also included in Saddleback leather: A tool roll, overnight bag, key cozy, a second small bag, and a leather case for the owner’s manual. Outside, the truck comes with side moldings and a grille finished in a “dark chrome” sheen with blacked-out accent bits elsewhere.

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Photo by Toyota

Photo by Toyota

Photo by Toyota

Photo by Toyota

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Power comes from the top-spec i-FORCE MAX V6 hybrid powertrain, making a total of 437 horsepower and 583 pound-feet of torque. Power flows through a ten-speed automatic with a low-range capable transfer case. The “regular” 1794 Edition is listed as available in short and long-bed Tundra models, but Toyota’s press release says the LE will only come in the 5.5-foot bed variant.

The “1794” moniker comes from the site where the trucks are built. Toyota says the plant is on acreage that was once part of the old 1794 Ranch in Texas. The Limited Edition trucks should start arriving this coming spring.

Photo by Brett Willhelm

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