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Hennessey Reveals New Offroad Package For Toyota Tundra TRD Pro

Key Takeaways

  • Hennessey’s new off-road upgrade package for the Toyota Tundra TRD Pro adds exclusive exterior upgrades and a leveling kit.
  • The upgrade enhances the Tundra’s off-road capabilities.
  • Specifically designed for the TRD Pro, highlights include steel bumpers and new wheels.

The Toyota Tundra TRD Pro is already a ridiculously capable vehicle with its optional hybridized twin-turbo V6 i-Force Max powerplant and FOX suspension components, but Hennessey has just unveiled an even more capable package to take the Toyota to the next level. Called the Off-Road Upgrade (which is surprisingly similar in name to the TRD Off-Road package Toyota already offers), this package includes Hennessey wheels, new bumpers, a leveling kit, and much more to give you the most capable Tundra setup possible.

2024 Toyota Tundra




3.4L Twin-Turbo V6 Gas


358 hp


406 lb-ft @ 2000 rpm

Fuel Economy

18/24 MPG

Top Speed

108 mph


10-Speed Automatic

Towing Capacity

up to12,000 pounds

Hennessey is about as American a tuner can get, offering insane performance upgrades for sports cars and trucks from the Big Three. Not to mention, it’s also expanded into the world of bespoke hypercar development, which has raised its cache to the level of the world’s greatest. It doesn’t usually give too much love to brands beyond the domestic ones, but given the Tundra is more American than many models sold by GM, Ford, and Dodge, we feel a Hennessey upgrade fits right in.

Upgrades You Can Use

The package starts up front with a bespoke off-road steel bumper with integrated lighting and continues in the rear with a similar steel setup. Thanks to a leveling kit and 2-inch lift, the truck is better optimized to handle the new black 20-inch off-road beadlock wheels wrapped in massive 35-inch tires, though the spec sheet confusingly also mentions 37-inch tires, so perhaps there are different options. The company says the fold-out electronic steps have been re-engineered to better handle the rigors of trail life too.

Signature exterior decals have also been added, including a massive logo on the top of the windshield and logos on the bed of the trunk along with badging on the front fenders. The interior has also been upgraded with Hennessey embroidered headrests, but that appears to be all that’s changed on the inside. Unlike many of the company’s projects, this one doesn’t include any more power, just a high-flow air induction system that shouldn’t change much except add a throatier sound.

Building On A Winning Formula

While we would have liked to see more power, the TRD Pro does make 437 horsepower and 583 lb-ft of torque, which allows the rig to tow 11,175 lbs. It also comes with Multi-Terrain Select and Crawl Control, both of which will be a massive help in addition to these new upgrades.


Driven: 2023 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro Is Close To A Perfect Package

On-road manners and off-road chops all in one truck.

The package comes with a 3-year/36,000-mile limited warranty for some peace of mind, but the company hasn’t unveiled how much it’s set to cost, and we imagine it will come in the $10,000-$20,000 range on top of the truck’s base price of $72,130. If you’re interested, you can inquire on Hennessey’s website.

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