The slow tease of the redesigned 2022 Toyota Tundra continues. This time the automaker is showing off some of its off-road credentials with a collage of new teaser photos. The photos confirm a few more details beyond off-road bits.

The collage shows off three different angles of the interior. One shot shows off a red leather seat with TRD Pro embroidered in the back. The leather also appears to have some sort of camouflage effect to it, which is interesting. Another image shows off a terrain management control knob, which appears to include a crawl mode, which would a be a first for the Tundra. The last image of the collage confirms a wireless phone charger.

This set of teasers comes after Toyota has teased a sliding rear window and another teaser that appeared to confirm a 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment display. Another teaser confirms a new engine that will leverage the iForce Max name, which we expect to be a V-6.

Of course, there was also the official exterior shot (below) that Toyota released weeks ago. It was only released because shots of the new Tundra leaked out before it was supposed to.

The new 2022 Toyota Tundra is expected to debut soon, we hope. The slow drip of teasers will likely continue.