The Indus Motor Company (IMC), aka Toyota Pakistan, has introduced the new Fortuner TRD.
In a nutshell, the Fortuner TRD is almost the same as its predecessor, with some cosmetic changes.
Asides the TRD, there are already 3 Fortuner trims that are available in the market, including Toyota Fortuner Sigma4, FortunerV, and FortunerG.
Everything You Need To Know About Toyota Fortuner TRD
Here’s everything you need to know about the new Toyota Fortuner TRD:
Under The Hood
Toyota is giving customers to experience its 1-GD engine mated with a 6-speed automatic transmission with the Fortuner TRD.
According to the IMC, the engine gives drivers an unbelievable experience when it comes to performance and smoothness when driving.
Interior & Exterior
As mentioned above, compared to the other Fortuner trims, the TRD has received a few cosmetic upgrades like a facelift trim usually does.
With the TRD, you’ll see the new front and back spoilers, power rear door button, and 18-in alloy rims. More or less, the other specifications of the SUV are the same as the different existing variants in the market.
Whereas, when it comes to the interior, the TRD comes with several features including:
- Old-style analog meters
- Dual-zone auto AC
- Sunglasses holder and
- Smart entry and smart system
To make the TRD stand out and look more appealing to consumers, Toyota has introduced leather seats with the variant.
Furthermore, the titan has also introduced a comprehensive cooling storage system in the dashboard for long journeys.
When it comes to safety features, IMC has given the TRD the same ones as the other Fortuner variants. These features include the dual SRS airbags for both the passenger as well as the driver, Vehicle Stability Control, EBS Emergency Brake Signal, and Hill Assistant Control have been equipped in the vehicle as well.
Toyota Fortuner TRD Price In Pakistan
What has been the most exciting discovery here is that Toyota has included the TRD in its pricing list since April 2020. According to the official notification, the automotive giant has set a price of PKR 9.39 million (ex-factory price) in Pakistan.
Although Toyota has launched the TRD, the company has not rolled out any details yet for its booking process at the moment. Moreover, ‘sources’ have shared that dealerships were also unaware that IMC had plans to launch the TRD variant in Pakistan, which usually doesn’t happen.
The introduction of the TRD can hint to the upcoming of a facelift variant down the line. Earlier, the company introduced the standard and Fortuner Legender variants in Thailand.
We have yet to see what Toyota has planned for the automotive market in Pakistan.
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