The new Tundra has a large in-your-face grille that gives it an industrial look, as does the "Tundra" stamped into the tailgate. The front end is more chiseled, and the amount of chrome varies depending on the truck's trim level. We liked our tester's Silver Sky Metallic paint, but the chrome would pop better with a darker color. The Tundra's hood line is high, even for a truck, perhaps to accommodate the integrated air scoop that spans the width of the grille. The truck has a wide stance, and its character lines are more pronounced. Our tester had a bed liner with an integrated rail with adjustable tie-down hooks. The ground clearance is 10.4 inches, so running boards are a must, especially for shorter drivers.