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.
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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.