At the 2013 Chicago auto show, everyone got a glimpse of the new, redesigned 2014 Toyota Tundra. Some positive changes made to the pickup-truck’s exterior are that it is more squared off than before, the grille is wider and taller, and the hood is raised an additional 1.6 inches. Overall, the Tundra is closely similar to the one it will replace. One negative thing about the new 2014 Tundra’s exterior is that the bed width has been reduced by about 1.4 inches. The interior is what will really be an eye-catcher for consumers. There will be an option of five trims and three cab styles like it had before. All the new Toyota Tundra’s will have back-up cameras and Bluetooth as a standard necessity. This beauty will be hitting showrooms this coming September.