With Tacoma interior upgrades there will be some that are done purely in the name of style. These modifications will give you no practical advantages. This does not mean that they aren’t worth investing in. These are the upgrades that are going to really identify your personal style.
Dash Overlay Kits: Dash overlays are used to keep the flow of a particular scheme or layout you are looking to achieve. These pieces fit on the factory gauges and can come in various colors.
These can be used to match the color of aftermarket trim selected or the paint color of the exterior of the truck.
Door Inserts/Arm Rest Covers: Door inserts are used to change the pattern and color scheme of the door panels. Just like dash overlay kits, these can be used to match the color scheme of aftermarket trim pieces or even the exterior color of the vehicle.
Speaker Bezels: The factory speakers blend in with the rest of the interior. Aftermarket bezels are essentially trim rings that surround the speakers and can be used to make them stand out. Colors and patterns of choice are available.
Shift Boots: There is a plethora of aftermarket shift boots available on the aftermarket. These can be selected to give the truck a rugged feel or could be used to match the boot to schemes and patterns used in other parts of the vehicle.
Switches, Handles, Knobs: Everything is black when it comes to switches, handles, and knobs. Aftermarket versions of these parts can be purchased that are varied in materials and colors. Chrome is a popular choice as it gives a cool and clean look and is moderately flashy.
Door Sill Plates: Door sill plates offer a layer of protection to the paint on the door sill but are more of an appearance piece. These come in various patterns, with different colors and logos available.