Just like the other full-size trucks, the 2011 Toyota Tundra can be outfitted to your specs from a comprehensive list of trim and equipment packages, to suit all sorts of work and play duties.
Across its trim levels--everything from a Work truck with vinyl seats, wind-up windows and a basic radio, to the plush Platinum--the Tundra has been simplified for the model year with fewer packages. So while you'll want to add the basics to most versions, things like power windows and a CD player, or maybe satellite radio, Toyota is only building 28 different combinations, so you may have to accept a truck with a little more or less than you're looking for.
The Tundra is a rarity in full-sizers, in that it comes in a TRD Sport Package. Offered on the 4x2 regular-cab truck and the standard-bed Double Cab, the TRD Sport Package is basically a street-appearance package; choose the TRD Rock Warrior package and you're ready for some hard-core off-roading.
At the same time, the Tundra comes in a Platinum trim. If it sounds like the offering applied to the Ford F-150, it is: only available on the CrewMax Tundra with the most powerful 5.7-liter V-8, the Platinum package bundles up a navigation system, a premium audio package with JBL speakers, a sunroof, chrome and wood trim, and ventilated, perforated-leather seats.
Other features available in packages or as dealer-installed options include a rearview camera, driver-seat memory, 20-inch wheels, a DVD entertainment system, a power sliding rear window, and a large sunroof.