Toyota Fortuner Indonesia brochure 2

The 2016 Toyota Fortuner first made its debut in Thailand in mid-2015. The second-generation Hilux-based SUV undergoes a significant redesign inside that sees a dynamic new design, a more premium-looking interior, coupled with new engines. With the model now available in the Australian market, Indonesia looks set to receive the seven-seater following the leak of these brochure images.

Courtesy of Autonetmagz, the brochures (albeit a little blurry and low-res) detail the variants and specifications offered to Indonesian market when the Fortuner is officially launched there in 2016.

Based on the brochures, the Indonesia-market Fortuner will be available in six variants, with four 4×2 variants and two 4×4 variants. The variants themselves are divided into three sub-variants, namely – G (entry-level), SRZ (mid-spec) and VRZ (high-spec).

Let’s start with what appears to be the entry-level variant, the 2.7 SRZ AT, which is the sole recipient of the 2.7 litre four-cylinder Dual-VVTi petrol engine. All other variants (4×2 and 4×4) of the Fortuner – 2.4 VRZ AT, 2.4 G AT, 2.4 G MT, 2.4 VRZ 4×4 AT, 2.4 G 4×4 AT – come with Toyota’s new GD turbodiesels. In this case, it is the 2.4 litre 2GD-FTV.

Variants designated with “MT” will get a six-speed manual gearbox with rev-matching. As for Fortuners that carry the “AT” in its variant name, a six-speed automatic gearbox with paddle shifters are fitted instead. On the 4×4 models, drivers are able to use the on-the-fly switching dial to different off-road modes depending on the situation.

Exterior features on the Fortuner include LED headlights, wing mirror welcome lights and alloy wheels. There is even a powered back liftgate that comes with a memory function for added convenience when accessing the SUV’s boot.

Inside, powered seats are available, large colour TFT LCD multi-info display, cabin lamp and rear automatic air-conditioning. Drivers will also be able to select between three preset modes on the Drive Mode system. According to Autonetmagz, the multimedia system appears to be adopted from the Innova that features an eight-inch touchscreen display and other functions.

On the safety side of things, vehicle stability control (VSC) will be available with seven airbags. Toyota’s Active Traction Control (A-TRC) is also specified in the brochure, along with hill assist control (HAC), ABS with EBD and BA and emergency brake signal.

Keep in mind that the features listed here are dependent on the variant chosen. Furthermore, these specifications are only for the Indonesian market, and as such, our domestic model might not be specified equally. Nonetheless, what features are you looking forward to most when the all-new Toyota Fortuner makes its local debut?


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