DC2’s latest interior modification kit for the second-gen Toyota Fortuner turns the SUV into a luxury limousine!
Toyota Fortuner is an extremely popular SUV in India, the best-seller in its segment. Consequently, it is also a very popular choice for customisation. Owners often love to personalise and modify their cars to look and feel better than the regular version. There are plenty of custom car shops that offer such services, but none of them is as reputed as Dilip Chhabria.
Toyota Fortuner interior modification kit by DC2
DC2, Mr. Chhabria’s rebadged design firm, offers extensive interior makeover for a variety of cars sold in India. We’ve recently covered various cars modified by DC2, like Tata Winger, Kia Carnival, Madhuri Dixit-Nene’s Toyota Innova Crysta, and Hrithik Roshan’s Mercedes V-Class, along with another Toyota Fortuner interior modification kit. Unlike the previous kit though, this one hasn’t yet been installed on one. If you’re interested, perhaps yours could be the first modified Toyota Fortuner to wear this custom interior!
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Plenty of indulgences present for the second-row left side passenger
Just like any other DC2-modified interior, the real luxury is concentrated in the second-row seats. This one, however, is even more specific. The real celebrity will be one sitting in the left seat of the second row. The front passenger seat has been footrest to make the cabin comfier. The footrest also houses a globe box under it. You get a fold-out Television and a fold-out table. The driver’s seat is partially isolated from the cabin and features an integrated android tablet, cup-holders, and ashtray. The seat has power recline and fold-out calf support.
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The right side passenger in the second row does not the same amount of space, but still gets a personal TV
The other passenger seat in the second row, although not as luxurious, is still brilliant. You get a 10-inch screen placed at eye-level in front, and AC vents right beside it. There is a small fold-out try that conceals the cupholders as well as the USB and AUX input plugs. The third-row seats are just regular bench seats, but with the same upmarket upholstery as the rest of the cabin.
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The cost of this extensive interior redesign has been quoted by the company at Rs. 10.5 lakh. The entire installation process takes around 60 days, which is quite understandable. The kit includes no changes to the exterior or the engine.