You might have seen numerous digital iterations of various vehicles on the internet, but this downsized 3-door version of a full-size SUV is something truly special.
In this post, we shall glance at a unique 3-door 4×4 version of the Toyota Fortuner. Yes, you heard that right! While most digital artists go the opposite route of making smaller cars look big with some modifications, Low5100w decides to go the other way by shrinking a full-size 7-seat SUV into a 3-door version. Without any further ado, let us check out the details of this unique rendition.
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3-Door 4×4 Toyota Fortuner
Initially, it looks like a toy version of the actual SUV because we are so used to watching the Fortuner with huge dimensions. In this case, the entire second row of doors has been committed and the second row features the fixed black windows that are generally seen in the third row of the regular Fortuner. You would also notice the deletion of the doors lending a free-floating roof effect with blacked-out B-pillars. There are functional roof rails and a roof-mounted rear spoiler. All the other bits including the front fascia, the side profile and the rear layout remain the same. Even the alloy wheels are the same as on the regular version.
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The regular Toyota Fortuner is powered by a 2.7-litre petrol unit (164 bhp / 245 Nm) and a 2.8-litre turbo-diesel engine (201 bhp / 420 Nm). It is paired with a 6-speed manual and automatic transmission options. With the automatic transmission, the torque produced is a massive 500 Nm with the diesel mill. There is plenty of off-roading equipment on offer to make it immensely capable in terrains without tarmac roads. The prices of the Fortuner range from Rs 31.79 lakh to Rs 48.43 lakh, ex-showroom.
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Let us know your feelings about this unique digital illustration of the widely popular Toyota Fortuner. Would you be interested in something like this considering the extremely high prices of the latest variants of the Fortuner stretching the on-road prices to well over Rs 55 lakh in some cities?