The Toyota Tundra is driving farther into the luxury realm.
The Tundra Capstone is the most luxurious version of the full-size truck.
The Capstone enters the lineup above the Platinum and western-themed 1794 and is packed with premium features.
This is the first time the Capstone time has been offered.
Available only as a crew cab with a 5.5-foot bed, the Capstone comes standard with the Tundra’s new 3.5-liter i-Force Max hybrid powertrain, which is rated at 437 hp and 583 lb-ft of torque and can tow up to 10,340 pounds.
The model features a chrome grille and accents, plus standard chrome 22-inch wheels, which are the largest ever available from the factory, along with power side steps and a unique power bed step.
The Tundra Capstone has a leather and walnut-trimmed interior.
Inside, the Capstone is trimmed in semi-aniline leather and American walnut and equipped with a digital instrument cluster and head-up display.
Pricing hasn’t been announced, but a similarly equipped Platinum or 1794 without the i-Force Max starts at over $65,000.
Gary Gastelu is FoxNews.com’s Automotive Editor covering the car industry and racing @foxnewsautos