Toyota SW4 also known as Toyota Fortuner, is a mid-sized SUV, very popular in Thailand, the Philippines and India. The Japanese automaker does not offer it in Europe or North America. It is based on the IMV platform developed by Toyota and the original model was produced in Thailand. The second generation was introduced last year in July and 2018 Toyota SW4 will be part of this generation. The new generation has brought many innovations and we will simply think quickly about some of them.
2018 Toyota SW4 Exterior
2018 Toyota SW4 would like so much its predecessor outside. Toyota SW4 front and rear similar to 2018 SUV Toyota’s Toyota range and it is downright impossible if a Japanese manufacturer would change a thing. The all-new Toyota SW4 comes with a new choice of colors and large alloy wheels with a special design. Beyond that, all things will be the same in the year 2018 Toyota SW4 large chrome grille housing 2018 SW4 logo in front as well as taillights with faceted LED behind.
2018 Toyota SW4 Safety Features
Although the company has not confirmed the new design of the cabin, there are rumors that the new SW4 will come out with a new technology of first-rate. 2018 Toyota SW4 will be equipped with the Follow Me Home feature, tilt and telescopic steering wheel, rear parking camera, all around the sensor, and much more. For safety features under the spotlight there are available Hill Assist Control, emergency brake signal, vehicle stability control, brake assist, additional airbags, seat belts and Active Traction Control. Like the predecessor, the latest SW4 also has Start-Stop Engine Button.
2018 Toyota SW4 Engine
It will not only be a number of engine options benefited from the 2018 Toyota SW4, but only 2 confirmed at the moment. The first option too must be a 3.0-liter 4-cylinder diesel, which will generate about 165 horsepower and can tolerate a torque of 340 Nm. Next Alternative must be a hybrid option that will produce 200 horsepower and will carry 300 Nm of torque. The two will not only be engines coupled either to a six-speed manual transmission or maybe a 9-speed automatic transmission. Both will be just benefited from all the wheels, as well as front-wheel drive options. There is little official information on the fuel economy of the latest edition of SW4, although it is certain that Toyota is working tirelessly to reduce the fuel consumption rate. This is already a given, the figures are just as impressive after the reduction in load and will thus contribute to the aerodynamics of the car.