Toyota has revealed another best spec Fortuner Diamond Edition, which will at first be sold in South American markets.
The Fortuner Diamond Edition depends on the best spec variation sold in business sectors like Argentina, where it is known as the SW4. Visual changes on the Toyota SW4 Diamond Edition incorporate an interesting 18-inch composite wheel outline – which really looks very like the one on the Jeep Compass Trailhawk – marginally obscured chrome complements on the grille and a fake brushed aluminum-complete slip plate on the front guard.
Within, it gets tan cowhide seats and an artificial bronze complete on the middle comfort. Toyota has additionally included a 10-speaker JBL sound framework and a novel white-and-gold complete key coxcomb on this SW4 Diamond version. There are no mechanical changes. This implies the SUV is sold with the same 2.7-liter petroleum engine as the standard model sold in the South American market.
In India, Toyota offers the Fortuner with a 166hp, 2.7-liter petroleum and 177hp, 2.8-liter diesel motor alternatives, with it going up against any semblance of the Ford Endeavor, the Isuzu MU-X and the Jeep Compass. There is no news, yet, on whether Toyota will get the Diamond Edition India at any point in the near future.