Expected to be priced between R$ 70,000 to R$ 120,000.
Fiat has dropped the second official image of the highly anticipated Fiat Toro pick up; this time revealing the design and features of the rear-end. The Toro will arrive in showrooms across Brazil from Q1 2016, and mass production has already begun at their factory in Pernumbaco.
As seen in numerous spyshots, the rear-end of the Toro features sleek wraparound taillamps, a large Fiat logo, and a barn-style tailgate that opens outwards. The front-end has sleek pilot lamps separated from main headlamps, which flow into the dual-slat chrome grille. The lower bumper has chrome-trimmed enclosures in top variants and a silver skid plate.
The Toro's interior is inline with Fiat’s latest products, as seen in the steering wheel, piano black center console and instrument cluster. Higher trims could feature FCA’s 5 inch UConnect infotainment system as standard and a large MID in the center of the instrument cluster.
Engine lineup includes a 1.8 16v E-Torq Flex petrol engine and 2.0 16v Multijet turbo diesel. The former produces 138 bhp and is paired to a 6-speed automatic gearbox, while the latter delivers 170 bhp through a 6-speed manual or a 9-speed automatic gearbox. A 4×4 drivetrain is only available in the turbodiesel variant. The Toro's maximum payload is 1,000 kg.