Limited run Toyota Fortuner Commander revealed

    Expected to go on sale in Thailand first, the new Fortuner Commander gets subtle cosmetic updates and a retuned suspension.

    Published On Feb 08, 2022 12:42:00 PM

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    Toyota has revealed a new limited-run special edition of the Fortuner for the Thailand market. Based on the standard Fortuner, the new Fortuner Commander is limited to 1,000 units and gets a number of cosmetic updates along with a retuned suspension.

    • Fortuner Commander claimed to offer improved ride
    • Cosmetic tweaks include gloss black trims and black finished roof
    • Cabin gets new upholstery and added kit

    Toyota Fortuner Commander: what’s different?

    Compared to the standard Fortuner, the Commander gets a number of small cosmetic tweaks. Starting from the front, the silver and chrome insets on the bumpers and skid plate are finished in black. Moving further back, the Fortuner Commander sits on the same alloys as the Legender with the roof also finished in a contrasting shade of black.

    Round the back, the chrome detailing between the tail-lamps is also blacked out.

    Inside, the Fortuner Commander gets a dual-tone dark red and black leather upholstery – similar to the India-spec Fortuner Legender, though the seats get more subtle inserts.

    The Fortuner Commander also gets some additional features over the standard SUV including a 360-degree camera, blind spot monitor and a rear cross-traffic alert.

    Toyota Fortuner Commander: changes under the skin

    Toyota has made no changes to the engine and gearbox, with the Fortuner Commander available with a 150hp, 2.4-litre diesel engine paired with a six-speed automatic gearbox. The Fortuner in international markets is available with both 2.4 and 2.8-litre diesel engines, though we only get the more powerful 2.8 diesel in the India-spec model.

    Toyota though, has tweaked the suspension on the special edition model and claims that it offers improved ride quality as compared to the regular Fortuner.

    Toyota India line-up

    Toyota has offered special editions based on the Fortuner in the past, although there is no news if we will get this special edition here. Toyota is currently expected to launch facelifted versions of the Glanza and Urban Cruiser, which are expected to arrive following the launch of their Maruti siblings. Also on the cards is Toyota's new midsize SUV.

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    Toyota Glanza, Urban Cruiser clock 1 lakh unit sales milestone

    Toyota Sequoia full-size SUV revealed

    Toyota hopes to grow niche lifestyle segment with Hilux

     

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