Toyota Fortuner cabin revealed

Toyota Fortuner cabin revealed
Toyota Fortuner cabin revealed.

New Toyota Fortuner SUV promises comfy cabin.

Toyota Fortuner cabin revealed - the new Toyota Fortuner SUV will be in Toyota dealerships in October this year.

It might be based on the new Toyota HiLux but Toyota say their new Toyota Fortuner SUV will offer Australian families a fitting interior.

The cabin of the new seven-seat Toyota Fortuner SUV was revealed today by Toyota Australia and as the photos show, it looks like Toyota has a well-sorted cabin to be proud of.

Toyota tell us the Fortuner interior will be refined and decked-out in premium materials with plenty of standard features across the new SUVs three model grades.

All three rows of seats (2-3-2 configuration) will get air-conditioning vents and access to the third row of seats in the Toyota Fortuner will be easy, according to Toyota, because the new model will come with one-touch slide-and-tumble second-row seats.

Toyota Fortuner cabin revealed - Toyota Fortuner Crusade interior with fawn leather accented trim.

While the driver of the Toyota Fortuner, which will go up against seven-seat rivals such as the Holden Colorado 7 and the new Ford Everest, can get comfortable with both tilt-and-telescopic adjustments for the steering column.

Powered by a 420Nm (manual) or 450Nm (automatic) diesel engine, Tony Cramb from Toyota Australia sales and marketing says the new Toyota Fortuner will tick all the boxes for Australian seven-seat SUV buyers.

“The premium convenience, quietness and comfort - amplified by luxurious features such as soft-touch surfaces - will make Fortuner a stand-out choice for families wanting to negotiate the urban jungle in style.”

“At the same time, there’s nothing soft about Fortuner’s intrinsic strength and its genuine all-terrain capability.”

Arriving in Toyota dealerships nationwide from October, check out more details on the new Toyota Fortuner here.

In other Toyota news; New Zealand names Toyota nations most trusted car brand and 10,000 vehicle milestone for Toyota FJ Cruiser.

Joel Helmes




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