Indians have modified the interior of the Toyota Fortuner SUVAugust 28, 2020
India-based DC Design has unveiled enhancement programs for the Toyota Fortuner SUV and Toyota Innova minivan.
They transform the interiors of mass-market models into luxury saloons. This was reported on Friday, August 28, by Car Blog India.
There is a full-size glass partition between the driver and the VIP passenger, which has no additional functionality. The 15 “LCD panel is ceiling-mounted and motor-foldable.
The third row of seats in both cars was removed, a couple of second row seats were moved back. They have a full range of electric drives, extensive headrests and ottomans for legs. The basic tuning kit consists of a refrigerator, 230 and 12 volt sockets, a headphone jack, an intercom and individual acoustics for the rear of the cabin.
Good leather and wood inserts were used for the interior decoration. At the request of the customer, there can be more leather, and even the floor covering can be made of wood. The tuners also equipped the cars with options such as backlighting in the interior and ceiling panels, reading lamps, window shades, a sanitizer and an air ionizer.
The cost of tuning from Indian specialists varies from 775 thousand to 1.205 million rupees.
In addition, the salon of the new affordable crossover of the Japanese company Toyota was recently revealed. We are talking about the Toyota Urban Cruiser cross, the production of which will be established at the Indian joint venture Maruti-Suzuki.
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