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The new 2014 Toyota Tundra for NASCAR competition is more relevant to its showroom counterpart.

  • The Toyota Tundra competing on the race track in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) will look more like the new 2014 production Tundra that race fans can purchase at a Toyota dealership.
The 2014 NCWTS Toyota Tundra has a new identity, and looks more like its production sibling than ever before.

All the changes to the 2014 NCWTS Tundra are basically from the cab of the truck forward.

Those changes to the 2014 NCWTS Tundra include several features that are new:
  • Splitter
  • Nose
  • Hood
  • Front fenders
The nose is two inches higher and three inches narrower -- putting it more in proper proportion to the production Tundra.
  • The headlights stand up straighter.
  • The center grill area is more prominent.
  • The unique shape of the Tundra hood -- with two big recessed wells -- is really eye- catching and provides character that resembles the production Tundra.
A tremendous amount of effort -- by all three manufacturers working together since July 2012 -- has been put into the development of these 2014 race trucks.

Engineers at TRD, along with stylists at Calty Design in California -- Toyota's U.S. design studio -- worked on several aspects of the ‘blueprint’ for the 2014 Tundra race truck, including the overall body styling and its aerodynamic characteristics.
  • This is the same group that designed the 2013 Camry race car.

TRD utilized Toyota NCWTS teams, including Kyle Busch Motorsports, Red Horse Racing and ThorSport Racing -- and their resources -- to build versions of the 2014 NCWTS Tundra for wind tunnel testing.

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