A spy shot of the front fascia of the 2016 Toyota Fortuner gives clue that the automaker, Toyota, has made all preparation to make a big change in the 2016 version of the Toyota Fortuner. It is expected that this new vehicle may be unwrapped officially by the December of this year.
This new vehicle has already been seen many times at the time of its testing. But no clue could be taken because it was always highly camouflaged whenever it was tested. This is the first when the vehicle’s front could be captured without any camouflage. On the basis of this spy shot, it has been clued that this next generation version of the Fortuner has been gone though overhaul of the design.
The front of the vehicle has been made more dashing. You will see a two slate grille at the front of the vehicle, and this new grille has been made bigger so that it could cover to the headlamps while the flank has been extended up to the headlamp. The vehicle has been incorporated with the sweptback projector headlamps which have been encircled by the chrome establishments which put in the bling factor. You will also find a redesigned bumper which incorporates air dam of black color. The fog lamps have also been made attractive for thick curved aluminum accents surround the fag lamp housings.
It is expected that the rear part of the vehicle will be gone through the akin slim cut treatment with smooth tail lamps. The company has not given any clue about the power options, but experts believe that the vehicle will be powered by the new diesel engines. The diesel and petrol engine both will be paired with both automatic and manual transmission. It will also be featured with two-wheel drive, and four wheels derive options.