Toyota chooses Thailand for global launch of Toyota Fortuner latest version

Toyota to release its newest version of the famous Fortuner.
Toyota Fortuner 2015
The pickup vehicle was released in 2005. It was received with a huge welcome because of its high quality standards - "quality, driving performance, fuel efficiency, utilisation and value for money", Toyota said in a statement.
Toyota Fortuner 2015
Noteworthy, the vehicle "captured the hearts of Thai motorists", Toyota remarked.

"Since its introduction into the markets in 2005, the Toyota Fortuner has celebrated outstanding achievements in many countries around the world.", Akito Tachibana, Toyota Motor executive chief engineer and managing officer said.

"Thailand particularly is where the Toyota Fortuner has continuously taken a leadership position in the growing domestic pickup-truck-based passenger-vehicle segment with accumulated domestic sales of more than 220,000 units", Tachibana added.

This time around, Toyota is proud to present its "all-new Fortuner" that is created with the intention of "bringing its owner prestige at a truly superior level", Tachibana mentioned.

The improved SUV is a result of the company's continuous pursuit of "redefining toughness", as it is committed to offering its global customers a vehicle with considerably improved off-road capabilities.

Things to expect from the new Fortuner:

1. Stronger frame to withstand rough road conditions
2. Improved four-link suspension system
3. New engine with high torque at lower revolutions
4. Added premium utility and safety features
5. Global-standard technology with both "protective and preventive systems."

Other than the above mentioned items, Fortuner future owners will get to choose from the two new added colors - phantom brown and nebula blue.

According to senior vice president of Toyota Motor Thailand, Vudhigorn Suriyachantananont, the new Fortuner will surely give its Thai customers "incredible" experience through a  series of activities during the official launch tomorrow at 435 Toyota showrooms.

Source: The Nation

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