2021 Toyota Fortuner Facelifted luxury SUV detailed on video

Fortuner and Innova Crysta are the two popular models sold by Toyota in India. Both the vehicles have received minor facelifts and the updated version will soon be launched in India. Meanwhile, Toyota launched the facelifted Fortuner in Indonesian market and the videos of the same have already surfaced online. Toyota is still testing the facelifted version in India and have spotted several times on our roads. The facelifted Fortuner is expected to be launched in the next couple of months. Here we have a detailed video of the facelifted Fortuner that shows what all has been updated in the SUV.

The video has been uploaded by AutoShow on their youtube channel. The video shows all the changes that are there in the facelifted Fortuner in comparison to the current one, Starting at the front, there is redesigned grille with sleek looking headlights on both the ends. The bumper has been heavily revised and looks more butch. There is a wide scoop like design on the bumper with LED fog lamps positioned inside it. The turn indicators are placed on the lower part of the bumper.

Video is showing the TRD Sportivo version of Fortuner and TRD badge can be seen on the front grille, rear door, centre wheel cap and the rear. The alloy wheel design is different from the current version. It looks more premium than before. Moving to the rear, there is the split LED tail lamp which carries the same design as the current one.

It isnot known whether the TRD sportivo version will be launched in India or not. The regular version has a multi-spoke alloy wheel that matches with the overall personality of the SUV. On the inside, facelifted Fortuner offers an all black cabin with features like touchscreen infotainment screen with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, electrically adjustable driver and co-driver seat, ambient lighting, 360 degree camera and so on. It even offers automatic boot opening system.

Toyota even has a much sportier and premium looking Legender version of Fortuner in the international market but, it is highly unlikely that Toyota might bring it to India. The Fortuner facelift will be powered by the same 2.8 litre diesel and 2.7 litre petrol engine and will be available with 2WD and 4WD options. With all these cosmetic changes, the price of the Fortuner is expected to go up.