According to Brenda Priddy & Co., photographer Neal McDaniel was stopped at a red light when he looked in his rear-view mirror and spotted a huge vinyl-clad SUV followed by a Toyota Tundra. There was no question in McDaniel's mind that the SUV was an early Tundra-based Sequoia prototype.
The 2009 Sequoia will grow in size to compete with Tahoe-sized family utes and will likely offer the same 4.7L and 5.7L engines that the Tundra currently offers.
We'll probably see the Sequoia's first public introduction next year at the Chicago Auto Show, with sales starting in the fall of 2008.
Photo Credit: Neal McDaniel for Brenda Priddy & Co.