Following the reveal of the updated HiLux, the revised 2020 Toyota Fortuner has been unveiled ahead of an Australian arrival in August.
As with the HiLux, the seven-seat Fortuner gets the revised 2.8-litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel engine which now develops 150kW of power and 500Nm of torque, a bump of 20kW and 50Nm over the current model.
Along with the extra power, Toyota says improved cooling has enabled fuel consumption to be reduced by up to 17 per cent in city driving.
The upgraded Fortuner also gets a 300kg increase in the maximum braked towing capacity to 3100kg.
Toyota will continue to offer the Fortuner in the familiar GX, GXL and Crusade trim levels with each variant getting a unique surround for the larger black grille.
Addition design changes include restyled bumpers with a "skid-plate design" underrun, more prominent foglamp bezels, and slimmer headlamps upgraded to LEDs.
The range-topping Crusade model also scores a new LED taillight cluster.
Inside, every grade gains a larger 8.0-inch infotainment touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
Satellite navigation and DAB digital radio is standard on the GXL and Crusade but can be optioned on the GX.
Toyota says since the Fortuner’s mid-2015 introduction more than 15,000 units have been sold.
Full specifications and pricing for the updated Fortuner will be announced closer to the launch date in August.
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