The limited-edition version of the SUV remains unchanged mechanically.
Toyota has unveiled a limited edition version of the Fortuner in Thailand, called the Commander. The new special edition Toyota Fortuner Commander will be limited to just 1000 units and comes with a number of cosmetic updates, both inside and out.
In terms of exterior design tweaks, Toyota has blacked out all the silver and chrome elements all around the SUV, including the front grille, front skid plates and around the rear tail lights. The SUV borrows its alloy wheels from the Fortuner Legender variant and also comes with a contrasting black roof.
Inside, the Toyota Fortuner Commander gets a dual-tone red & black leather upholstery, along with new features such as a 360-degree camera, cross-traffic alert and a blind-spot monitoring system.
The limited-edition version of the SUV remains unchanged mechanically, carrying forward the same 2.4-litre diesel engine producing 150 BHP and paired with a 6-speed automatic gearbox. However, Toyota is said to have re-tuned the suspension setup on the Commander model, offering better ride quality.