2024 Toyota Tundra 1794 Limited Edition Price. Toyota decided to debut its cowboy-approved 2024 Tundra 1794 Limited Edition pickup vehicle at the State Fair of Texas. The name pays homage to the ranch’s founding year and serves as the location of Toyota’s San Antonio facility, which is where the Tundra and Sequoia SUVs are put together. Although Toyota currently offers a 1794 Edition of the Tundra, the 1794 Limited Edition receives a number of interior improvements, including a tonne of luxurious leather, as well as mechanical changes to set it apart from its full-size pickup relatives.
Starting with the cosmetic changes, the suspension of the 1794 Limited Edition has been raised 1.1 inches, and 2.5-inch Fox internal bypass shocks with piggyback reservoirs are included. 20-inch matte-black painted alloy wheels with all-terrain tyres wrapped around each one add even more all-terrain mobility.
Included are a distinctive ‘1794 Limited Edition’ stamped rear tailboard, a dark chrome grille, black exterior details and more. Customers can choose from Wind Chill Pearl, Smoked Mesquite, Blueprint, or Midnight Black Metallic for the exterior colour.
2024 Toyota Tundra 1794 Limited Edition Price
Only 1,500 of the 2024 Tundra 1794 Limited Edition vehicles will be produced, according to Toyota, and they go on sale in the spring of 2024. Pricing, however, has not yet been disclosed and will be done closer to the truck’s scheduled launch. For comparison, the starting price for the 2024 Tundra 1794 Edition with the same mechanical setup is $71,255 (plus a $1,850 destination charge).
|2024 Toyota Tundra||USD $71,255 (Estimated)|
Where Toyota really had fun was inside. A numbered dash plaque is placed on the passenger side of the dashboard to indicate which one you are operating. Toyota also collaborated with Saddleback Leather to create a luxury leather interior that appears to have been hand-sewn. Saddleback Leather also provides leather items to the Texas Rangers baseball team.
The 1794 Limited Edition boasts gorgeous brown leather covering the seats, dashboard, door panels, and front centre console, yet neither row of seating has a catcher’s glove. The leather saddlebags that are fastened to the rear of each front seat and are unlocked and closed by a metal buckle and leather straps that have been glued together are a nice touch. An overnight bag, toolkit roll, key glove, leather-bound owner’s manual, and a tiny leather pouch are also provided as accessories.
The normal Tundra’s optional gas-electric powertrain is found under the hood of the 1794 Limited Edition. It has a 1.87-kilowatt-hour battery pack, an electric motor, and a twin-turbocharged 3.5-litre V-6 engine together as the “i-Force Max.” A 10-speed automatic gearbox distributes the vehicle’s 437 horsepower and 583 pounds-feet of torque to all four wheels. A 5.5-foot cargo bed, the CrewMax crew cab, and four-wheel drive come as standard.