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Only option right now is self-exploration (as many of us have done) or Toyota's TIS website (which you have to subscribe to ... what I did was a two-day subscription and then screen capped what I needed or planned to need in the future).
I won't post anything here, just because if Toyota catches us sharing information from the TIS website, it is going to raise hell here for the owners of the forum.
Haynes won't release anything until later, because they don't want to have to reprint the book for mid-year changes (for example, they release a 2014 manual right away, then the rear center armrest comes out in 2015 ... and in 2016 ... ???).
Usually they wait until the generation is halfway through its life, at least in my experience (most of the time, they wait until the generation ends depending on the popularity of the car).
Not sure what exactly you plan on doing ... the brakes and suspension are close enough to a 10th gen where directions from there oughta be damn near verbatim for what they would be for an 11th gen.