The Toyota Hilux has entered the niche segment to challenge the Isuzu V-Cross and is gaining popularity on account of it being a derivative of the Fortuner.
Here is a 6×6 widebody lowrider concept of the Toyota Hilux. The lifestyle off-roading pickup truck market was dominated by the Issue V-Cross for the longest time. Finally, it has a challenger in the form of the Toyota Hilux which is a derivative of the popular Fortuner. It has arrived in the Indian market only recently and the digital automobile designers have started developing innovative concepts already.
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6×6 Widebody Toyota Hilux
This design has been conceptualised by Zephyr_Designz. The overall silhouette of the pickup truck remains identical to the stock model but the entire ride high has been reduced to that of a racing car. The front fascia hosts a low-slung bumper and splitter with a ton of dedicated kit to enhance the aerodynamics, the headlight cluster has quite tweaked a bit to make it look sharper, while the side body panels are devoid of any creases. The rear section has been extended out to elongate the truck. The sides of this widebody concept are significantly modified with wide wheel arches.
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The low profile wide tyres lend the truck an adventurous appearance and the golden colour suits the matte black finish quite well. However, the most interesting aspect of the side profile is the added two wheels to make it a 6×6 off-roader. The golden bolts on the rims complement the black alloy wheels. The side body panels are close to the ground too to enhance the drive characteristics.
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The Hilux comes with the same diesel engine that the Fortuner also has. This is the 2.7-litre mill that outputs a healthy 201 hp and 420 Nm (500 Nm with automatic transmission) of peak power and torque. This engine could be mated to either a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed automatic gearbox. All the variants of the Hilux come with a 4-wheel-drive as standard. There is no petrol engine as on the Fortuner. The prices of the Hilux range from Rs 33.99 lakh and go all the way up to Rs 36.80 lakh, ex-showroom. Let us know how you like this 6×6 widebody concept of the Toyota Hilux.