The 2018 Gaikindo Indonesia International Auto Show (GIIAS) has witnessed unveiling of Toyota’s 28 models from different segments. One of them that grabbed much attention was the modified Toyota Fortuner with TRD kit. The rally-spec Fortuner has been modified in-house by Toyota Indonesia’s TRD (Toyota Racing Development) division.
Similar to Toyota’s WRC (World Rally Championship) and WEC (World Endurance Championship) cars, the modified Toyota Fortuner TRD sports the company’s signature motorsport livery with sporty Red and White paint scheme. What differentiates it from the stock Fortuner TRD edition is the more robust and rugged body built with masculine stance. Read: Toyota Baleno Hatchback – What To Expect?
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The modified Toyota Fortuner TRD features bigger off-road tyres making it compatible for highly rough terrains. The raised suspension and a large skid plate at the front further add to its off-road capabilities and aggressive looks. Check Out – New Toyota Innova Crysta Facelift Might Look Like This
In India, the Toyota Fortuner SUV lineup comes in a total of six variants packed with both petrol and diesel engines. While 4X2 MT petrol variant is priced at Rs 26.69 lakh, the 4X2 AT petrol model costs Rs 28.38 lakh. The 4X2 MT and 4X4 MT diesel versions are available at Rs 28.29 lakh and Rs 30.72 lakh respectively. The automatic diesel models – 4X2 AT and 4X4 AT – come with a price tag of Rs 30.72 lakh and Rs 32.48 lakh respectively. All prices are ex-showroom, Delhi. Read – ‘Toyota Compact’ Will Be the New Toyota Car Brand For Emerging Markets
Designed on the IMV (Innovative International Multi-purpose Vehicle) platform, the Toyota Fortuner comes with a 2.8L GD series diesel and a 2.7L, four-cylinder Dual VVTi petrol powertrains. The oil burner delivers 174bhp with 450Nm of torque and the gasoline unit makes 164bhp with 245Nm of torque. Check Out – Toyota’s Ertiga Based MPV Might Look Like This
Mileage figures of the diesel and petrol models stand at 14.24kmpl (MT) – 12.9kmpl (AT) and 10.01kmpl (MT) – 10.26kmpl (AT) respectively. The Fortuner can be brought either with a 5-speed manual transmission or a 6-speed automatic gearbox with paddle shifters. Both 2WD (two-wheel-drive) and 4WD (four-wheel-drive) drivetrain systems are offered on the SUV lineup.
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