GIIAS 2017: Toyota Fortuner TRD Sportivo, Indo spec

GIIAS 2017: Toyota Fortuner TRD Sportivo, Indo spec

Unlike the Sienta Ezzy you saw yesterday, the Toyota Fortuner TRD Sportivo is available for Indonesians to buy. Debuting at GIIAS 2017, it’s a sporty flagship for the robust Hilux-based seven-seater SUV.

We’ve seen a similarly named Fortuner TRD Sportivo in Thailand, but this Indonesian-spec car differs from the one in the Land of Smiles, announced in March 2016. There’s no 20-inch wheels on the car you see here; and the bodykit is also different in design and more elaborate.

There’s a black-nosed look for this TRD Sportivo, and a red TRD badge sits on the gap between the grille and number plate. There’s also a bumper extension and larger fog lamp housings. On the side, there are 18-inch TRD two-tone rims and a red-black sticker along the lower end. A rear bumper extension and TRD Sportivo badge on the tailgate completes the look.

GIIAS 2017: Toyota Fortuner TRD Sportivo, Indo spec

The TRD Sportivo is available with a 2.4L GD diesel engine or 2.7L Dual VVT-i petrol unit, both paired to a six-speed automatic gearbox with paddle shifters. Standard kit includes LED headlamps and DRLs, auto retracting wing mirrors with turn signals, dark brown leather seats, cruise control, keyless entry and push start, reverse camera, three-zone auto air con and a powered tailgate.

The Fortuner TRD Sportivo 2.4 VRZ 4×2 is priced at Rp 527,900,000 (RM169,634) while the Fortuner TRD Sportivo 2.7 SRS 4×2 costs Rp 553,300,000 (RM177,796).

We don’t have a TRD Sportivo version for the Fortuner in Malaysia yet, but if UMW Toyota Motor wishes to offer one, they can choose from Thai or Indonesian flavours.


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Comments

  • Okoklar on Aug 11, 2017 at 2:46 pm

    Much better look with some bodykits. Otherwise it more look like a speedboat. Lolz.

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  • PTnotfamous on Aug 11, 2017 at 2:56 pm

    So ugly my god

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  • Richard Lum on Aug 11, 2017 at 3:05 pm

    Fortuner powahhh. Range rover mehhh.

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  • Indon boleh on Aug 11, 2017 at 3:25 pm

    Ugly workmanship, expensive but look cheap.

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  • Samloo lor on Aug 11, 2017 at 4:29 pm

    Ah beng look. The word Sportivo doesn’t match. One doesn’t mix pasta and sushi. Poor branding name, but no one cares becoz their father, uncle, aunty, chinaman boss love this sushi made. Those decals on vios, hilux, fortuner are ugly, trying to make it ‘loud’ but it is just an empty vessel. It looks like both t and n are cousins now catering to ah beng, ah pek market.

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  • Maria on Aug 11, 2017 at 5:11 pm

    My god, so SPORTIPU…Thai version look clean and not busy with stupid sticker.I think with those ahbeng bodykit and sticker this car will get 100 hp+ easily.Toyota the power of sticker

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  • Mee Kuning Halus on Aug 11, 2017 at 6:58 pm

    Looks like a Toyota Unser after botox job….

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  • Lee Kum Kee on Aug 11, 2017 at 8:12 pm

    The skirting is obviously to hide the overgangs under. Failed design in the first place.

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  • This 2.4 but why their Hilux use old 2.5 and 3.0.?

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  • Lee Kum Kee on Aug 11, 2017 at 8:14 pm

    The skirting is obviously to hide the overhangs under. Failed design in the first place, too late to cover it. But they are smart enough to charge the skirting back to customers. Bravo.

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  • The front end looks like a Dracula…., bleh bleh bleh, use it for Hotel Transylvania 3.

    Are there any photos of the interior? TQ

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