2021 Toyota Fortuner launched in Thailand

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As with most facelifts, the cosmetic alterations in the 2021 Toyota Fortuner aren’t major

Toyota updates the Fortuner for the Thailand markets, and is expected to bring it to India sometime in 2021. The facelift also gets a ‘Legender’ tag that debuts as the range-topping kit with a few distinctive design elements. As with most facelifts, the cosmetic alterations in the Fortuner aren’t major and include a new grille, lights and bumper design. Components at the rear have also been retouched; the same goes for the wheels.

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The front receives new LED DRLs and headlights along with a larger grille (seems to be the trend these days!). The bumper has been re-touched to accommodate these changes, and overall it remains a familiar face but with sleeker, narrower design elements.

Toyota Fortuner
Updates include an 8.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system that supports Apple CarPlay.

The interior remains a familiar place but now gets a new 8.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system that supports Apple CarPlay. Outputs are routed through a 9-speaker JBL audio system and the Fortuner also gets a 360-degree camera, wireless charging and LED ambient lighting. There is a cruise control system onboard and the automatic variants are being offered with paddle shifters. The driver’s and co-passenger’s seat are now eight-way electrically adjustable and the middle row gets the one-touch folding seats. The infotainment system has been revised too, with a 4.2-inch data display that reads all the necessary information.

Toyota has updated the powertrain, the 2.8-litre turbocharged diesel gets some torque addition – it’s now up by 50Nm and 27bhp more than the existing variant currently being sold in India.