Forget all those renderings and leaks about the Mitsubishi Montero Sport (Pajero Sport in other countries) and Toyota Fortuner. Here are clear photos of the Mitsubishi Montero Sport and Toyota Fortuner, with all its metal and glass glory.
Unlike the previous Fortuner, this new one highly diverges itself from the Hilux, which it is based. The exterior and interior design is unique to both vehicles this time around. Based on the pictures, we can see a set of LED daytime running lights, LED tail lights, projector headlamps, though we still aren’t sure if HID headlamps will be standard across the range. Inside, the Fortuner gains walnut colored leather, and a capacitive touch screen system with a button-less interface. The Fortuner possesses as more upmarket interior design compared to the Hilux which it is based.
Mitsubishi Montero Sport
The Montero is an SUV we were quite in awe. After a set of disappointingly conservative designs from late Mitsubishi products, the Montero quite impressed us. The Montero finally gains the new corporate design language of the brand, inspired from the GR-HEV concept. Many people argued that this should’ve been the Mitsubishi Strada’s face, in which the Montero is based. We can clearly see slim LED daytime running lights, and large tail lamps, though we still aren’t quite sure if the entire tail lamp is really that big, or if the lower part are only headlamp extensions.
After numerous renderings of both vehicles, we’re not exactly surprised about the looks of the two SUVs. These SUVs are developed in each of their research and development centers in Thailand, and are exclusively sold in select ASEAN and Latin American countries. With these two SUVs being launched soon, which would be your pick? Answer the poll below.
Photos grabbed from Headlight Magazine