In the article below, we are going to discuss the differences between the 2021 Toyota Fortuner facelift and new Toyota Fortuner Legender
The Mk2 Toyota Fortuner lineup consists of two trims: standard and Legender. The video below explains the differences between the 2021 Toyota Fortuner and the new Toyota Fortuner Legender.
In the video, Regional Chief Engineer of Toyota Daihatsu Engineering and Manufacturing Company Limited, Dr Jurachart Jongusuk, firstly introduces both the new Toyota Fortuner and Fortuner Legender and then explains their differences.
As regards the exterior, the Toyota Fortuner Legender comes with a more upscale appearance. The SUV gets a sharper styling and more modern lighting technologies. Specifically, the Legender is equipped with LED dual projector headlights, LED front and rear LED sequential turn indicators, 20-inch alloy rims and kick-activated tailgate. In terms of the interior, the designs of both the two variants are almost the same. The Fortuner Legender is equipped with a 9-inch touchscreen infotainment system, an 11-speaker JBL sound setup, a wireless charger and an ambient lighting system. The Toyota Fortuner Legender is the best-looking PPV for the time being. Particularly the Fortuner Legender in the Attitude Black Mica paint scheme below is unequalled in terms of the appearance.
While the standard variant receives its power from only a 2GD-TFV 2.4-litre oil burner which can deliver 150 PS/400 Nm, the Legender variant is also offered with a 1GD-FTV 2.8-litre diesel unit which can produce 204 PS against 500 Nm. Both the motors are mated to a 6-speed AT. A 4WD system is optionally available in both of the two variants.
The 2021 Toyota Fortuner and Toyota Fortuner Legender are expected to be launched by early 2021. The India-bound models might come with some alterations as regards the features and specifications.