Customisation package costs INR 13.5 Lakhs.
Taking a break from customising motorcycles, Indian custom vehicle company, AYAS Customs, has introduced a package for the Toyota Fortuner that transforms it into a large Jeep Renegade with a first-class airline cabin.
It's quite interesting to see the fascia of Jeep's smallest product on the front-end of a large Toyota SUV. And it looks pretty much in your face, featuring a massive vertical slat Jeep grille, round headlamp and indicator arrangement similar to Renegade, LED DRL strips, all enclosed in a black plastic panel. The front bumper with silver garnish and fog lamps is also new, and it gets a set of high-intensity lamps mounted on the roof. Surprisingly, the rear-end has been mostly left untouched, thus revealing its true identity.
The rear portion of the cabin has been transformed to a first-class airline seat, featuring gloss wood trim, a large LED TV in the middle, a touchscreen infotainment screen right below it, controls for the dual tone leather wrapped seats, compact refrigerator, ambient lighting and foldable table for laptops.
The custom is based on the previous Toyota Fortuner, so it could be powered by either the 2.5L D-4D turbodiesel with 144 PS (141.97 bhp) at 3,400 rpm and 34.98 kgm of torque between 1,600-2,800 rpm, or the 3.0L 4-cyl D-4D motor with 171 PS (168.59 bhp) at 3,600 rpm and 34.98 kgm of torque between 1,400-3,400 rpm.