Toyota recently launched the updated Fortuner SUV in Thai market. The SUV has gone through some cosmetic changes, making it look more aggressive and sporty. Toyota will be launching this updated version in Indian market later this year or early next year. Toyota Thailand has now revealed the list of official accessories that will be available with the facelifted Toyota Fortuner SUV, most of which will make it to the Indian market as well. Toyota has launched the updated Fortuner in two versions – one is the regular version, and the other is the Legender version which is a bit more sporty and aggressive than regular one.
Toyota has revealed a list of 15 official accessories that will help enhance the look of a regular Fortuner. The official accessories include – faux skid plate for front and rear, Fortuner bonnet badge or logo, door protector kit, hydraulic struts for bonnet, fancy chromium tank lid, kick-to open sensor for tailgate, USB charger, wireless phone charging pad, rear view camera, front and rear dash camera, spare wheel cover, mud guard set, AirLumbar Pro electric lumbar support and AirLumbar Pro back cushion.
All these accessories will enhance the look of the Fortuner and the base trim will also have the option to get some of the features that are their in the higher trims. Toyota Fortuner looks have been tweaked from the outside. In regular Fortuner, it gets a wide grille at the front with redesigned headlamps and bumper. The fog lamp area has also been redesigned. The turn indicators are now placed on the lower part of the bumper.
The side profile of the Fortuner looks identical to the earlier version. It now comes with 18 inch alloy wheels and the Legender version gets 20 inch wheels. The bumper has also been redesigned and the tail lights also look sleeker than before. On the inside, it gets an updated touchscreen infotainment screen that supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, cruise control, 360 degree camera, updated instrument cluster, Variable Flow Control system and so on.
It is available with two diesel engine option in Thailand. The Fortuner gets powered by a 150 Ps and 400 Nm, 2.4 litre diesel engine and the Legender version gets powered by a 2.4 litre as well as a 2.8 litre diesel unit that generates a maximum of 205 Ps and 500 Nm of torque.
Both versions are available with 2WD and 4WD options. The Fortuner when it comes to India is likely to get the 2.8 litre diesel and a 2.7 litre petrol engine which was recently updated to meet BS6 norms.
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