Toyota has officially unveiled the Fortuner GR Sport in India, and it is already available in dealerships. The GR Sport has been offered in a fully-loaded GR-S 2.8L 444 AT form, which sits above the Legender 444 AT. The GR Sport is 3.80 lakh more expensive than the Legender, with a price tag of Rs 48.43 lakh. Navdeep Singh and Sanchay Narain, two automobile aficionados from India, took the exclusive images inside an Indian Toyota showroom.
The Fortuner GR Sport receives slight design and aesthetic tweaks, including a sportier body with a dark chrome front grille and chunkier front and rear bumpers. The front grille, bumpers, front and side body panels, and tailgate all feature GR logo. The 18-inch premium dual-tone alloy wheels featured on the forthcoming GR Sport. Chrome is also used on the ORVMs, air dams, door handles, window sills, and door sills. The rear design is largely unchanged, with the exception of a revised bumper spoiler that gives the GR Sport a more muscular appearance.
The wireless charger, 360-degree parking camera, electrochromic rearview mirror, and reworked instrument console are all features derived from the Legender model. A powered tailgate, a 9-inch infotainment system with voice commands, power-adjustable driver and front passenger seats, dual-zone climate control, and other features have been added to the vehicle. 7 airbags, hill hold assist, traction control, lane departure warning, and other safety features have been added.
The 2.8-litre four-cylinder GD series turbocharged diesel engine powers the Fortuner GR Sport. Between 1,600 and 2,800 rpm, it delivers 204 PS of maximum power and 500 Nm of peak torque. The Fortuner GR Sport’s engine is mated to a six-speed torque converter automatic transmission that sends power to all four wheels.