Toyota plans to introduce a newly designed Tundra truck on February 7th at the 2013 Chicago Auto Show.
The current Tundra -- larger than its predecessor -- became available for the 2007 model year, and a hefty portion of its design was based on feedback from truck owners. Toyota has always placed importance on customer opinions, and developed the current design after sending teams across the United States to talk with and observe people who use their trucks every day. A few results... elimination of the (fairly cramped) access cab body style in favor of a double cab with forward-opening doors, adding the more spacious Crew Max (perfect for work or as a daily driver), and in time introducing the Work Truck, designed specifically for drivers who use their pickups for on-the-job tasks.
I'm looking forward to getting behind the wheel of a new Tundra, and feel certain that Toyota has put a great deal of thought into all changes to the truck's design and capabilities.