Toyota Fortuner Facelift: New render surfaces ahead of official, 2020 launch

Toyota Fortuner is one of the most popular luxury SUV in the country. It competes with cars like Ford Endeavour, Mahindra Alturas G4 and Isuzu MU-X in the segment. Toyota cars are famous among buyers because of their reliable engine, build quality and comparatively low cost of maintenance. Toyota recently launched a updated BS6 version of the Toyota Fortuner in the market and is also working on a facelift that is meant to be launched later this year. A few days ago, the facelifted Toyota Fortuner was spotted testing and based on those images here we have a render image on how the upcoming, facelifted version would look like.

Fortuner Facelift Render 1

The render has been created by ia.dsgn on their Instagram page. The render looks a lot inspired by the spy pics that got leaked few ago. The Fortuner in the render looks a lot sharper than the current version. The front end of the Fortuner has been completely redesigned. The headlamps now get a new design with a projector LED headlamp which is the common thing in latest cars. The grille at the front has been also redesigned. It gets a chrome insert on either side of the grille that join with the headlamps.

Coming down, the bumper also sees changes. The bumper on the render is more sharper than before. It has a huge wide air dam which is similar to some of the Lexus vehicles. Te fog lamp area has been redesigned and gets black garnish around the lights. Side profile of the car does not see much changes and is very similar to the current model. It gets the same set of alloy wheels in the render and has the same design. The image does not show the rear of the facelift but it is expected that the rear of the Fortuner will also see some updates like an updated tail lamp set up, sharper bumper similar to the one seen at the front and so on.

Toyota Fortuner Facelift Featured 1

As mentioned above, Fortuner recently got an updated BS6 engine and the same set of engine is expected to be seen in the facelift too. The Fortuner will be powered by a 2.7 litre petrol and 2.8 litre diesel engine. Toyota will also be launching a special edition of the current Fortuner in the market soon, and will be a top-of-the-line trim. The special edition version has already been launched in markets abroad.

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