Along with Marty McFly’s ’85 Tacoma and Ivan “Ironman” Stewart’s Trophy Truck, Toyota shows off the next-gen Tundra pickup in this fast-paced commercial.
Most people are familiar with Toyota, and many even recognize the full-size Tundra pickup, but not everyone knows about the Japanese automaker’s rich history of race trucks and popular off-road SUVs. Well, Toyota gives viewers a glimpse of some of its greatest hits as well as showing off the new 2022 Tundra in a fast-paced, one-minute commercial that airs during halftime of Sunday Night Football on NBC.
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