Abdul Latif Jameel, Toyota unveil all-new Fortuner!
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Abdu Latif Jameel (ALJ) announced the launch of the 2016 Toyota Fortuner in Saudi Arabia to unveil a second-generation model, which builds on its heritage of being a durable sport utility vehicle (SUV) with impressive off-road capabilities.
With the new Fortuner, Toyota has focused on creating a more distinctive, sleek and powerful design while improving performance and adding a wide variety of features to increase convenience, safety and ride comfort.
The Fortuner’s Assistant Chief Engineer Osamu Tomioka explained: “Our development concept was to build a true SUV that has style and confidence. The all-new Fortuner is the outcome of our continuous efforts to redefine toughness while offering our customers powerful vehicles with drastically improved off-road capabilities. To ensure peace of mind for our customers, we developed a new stronger frame, which enables the vehicle to withstand rough road conditions, in addition to an improved four-link suspension system for a more comfortable drive. The new engine offers high torque at lower RPMs. The all-new Fortuner claims to offer premium utility and safety features.” Takayuki Yoshitsugu, chief representative, MENA Representative Office, Toyota Motor Corporation, said: “The all-new Fortuner is a completely redesigned SUV that enhances driving confidence on every level while setting a new standard for SUVs all around the world. It debuts a compelling design with a strong identity, expressing refinement and innovation as well as being functional and tough. It also epitomizes Toyota’s focus on developing vehicles with impressive quality, durability, reliability and off-road ability. The result of this is a comprehensive revamp, creating a unique SUV that’s fun to drive and all-terrains compatible.”
“Today, the Fortuner introduces more of the toughness that Saudi drivers demand for what can be harsh driving conditions on and off-road,” commented Hassan Jameel, ALJ’s VP and vice chairman of the board.
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