Toyota debuts 2024 Tundra 1794 Limited Edition with a production limit of 1,500 at Texas State Fair

Toyota made a grand entrance at the State Fair of Texas by unveiling a special edition of their Tundra, dubbed the 1794 grade, paying homage to the historic ranch that sits adjacent to the San Antonio Tundra assembly plant. This unique edition, known as the 1794 Limited Edition, aims to provide a heightened premium leather interior experience while also enhancing its off-road capabilities.

The 1794 Limited Edition, with a limited production run of a mere 1,500 units, serves as an extension of the 1794 Tundra grade. It features standard elements like the Crew Max cab, a 5.5-foot bed, four-wheel drive, and the potent I-FORCE Max powertrain.

In a collaboration with the renowned Saddleback Leather Company, Toyota has meticulously crafted the distinctive premium leather upholstery for this edition. This partnership brought together the expertise of two Texan powerhouses to source leather that meets rigorous standards of quality, durability, and style, offering customers a luxurious tactile and visual experience.

Beyond the opulent interior, the 1794 Limited Edition integrates a suite of Saddleback Leather Company accessories that seamlessly complement the truck’s design. These accessories include a spacious overnight bag, a practical tool roll, an owners’ portfolio, a key glove, and a compact pouch.

However, this edition isn’t just about aesthetics; engineers have also prioritized performance enhancements. They have incorporated an upgraded FOX suspension system and an off-road-inspired wheel and tire combination.

Notably, the 2.5-inch-diameter FOX Internal Bypass shocks, featuring piggyback reservoirs and a 1.1-inch lift, not only enhance the truck’s stance but also significantly improve its off-road capabilities.

The overall package is rounded off with distinctive exterior modifications, including a dark chrome grille, body side moldings, blacked-out accents, a unique stamped tailgate, and an embossed label inside, signifying the truck’s exclusivity among the limited 1,500 units.

Scheduled to arrive at dealerships in the spring of 2024, the Tundra 1794 Limited Edition will offer buyers a choice of four striking colors: Wind Chill Pearl, Midnight Black Metallic, Blueprint, and Smoked Mesquite.

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