Toyota Fortuner is one of the most popular SUV in its segment. It is without any doubt, the undisputed king of the segment when it comes to sales. Over the years, Toyota has added more features, updated the looks and also introduced new versions in the market. The price of the Fortuner has also gone up drastically. A top-end Toyota Fortuner would easily cost you over Rs 50 lakh on-road. If you own a Fortuner and do not wish to spend a huge amount to upgrade to the latest version, there are modification options available for you in the market. Here we have one such video where a regular pre-facelift Fortuner has been modified into a Legender.
The video has been uploaded by VIG AUTO ACCESSORIES on their YouTube channel. The video shows a 2017 model Toyota Fortuner that has been neatly modified into a Legender. The video talks about all the changes that have been done to the SUV. Starting with the front, the stock grille, headlamp and bumper on this SUV has been replaced. It is not known whether the replaced parts are genuine Toyota products or are aftermarket units. The front grille has been replaced with the gloss black Legender grille.
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The headlamp has been replaced with all the LED Legender headlamp with integrated dual-function LED DRLs. The bumper has also been replaced at the front. The Legender bumper looks a lot more muscular and premium. The lower part of the bumper gets a Satin Red insert to give it a different look. The fog lamps are integrated on the bumper and another set of dual-function LED DRLs are placed on the lower part of the bumper as well. Coming to the side profile, the Fortuner has been now finished in dual-tone. The roof is wrapped in gloss black vinyl and the the ORVMs are blacked out too. The lower window chrome, door handle chrome have been retained. The owner of this SUV also did not wish to upgrade the alloy wheels.
As we move to the rear, the tail lamps and the rear bumper has been replaced. The stock bumper has been replaced with Legender bumper with L shaped design in it. The tail lamps have been replaced too. The chrome applique running between the tail lamps has been dechromed to achieve Legeder like look. The Fortuner branding on the applique however has been retained. The overall look of the car is like a Legender except for the alloy wheels. If the owner had upgraded the wheels, then it would like like a Legender from outside.
The owner has customised the interior on this SUV. The cabin now gets an all-black treatment with Red stitching. The original seat covers have been replaced with custom leather seat covers with Red stitching. The door pads have been redone and all the pillars are now wrapped in leather along with the steering wheel. The car gets the stock touchscreen infotainment system and there are active ambient lights installed on the door and the dashboard.
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