After the new 2016 Toyota Fortuner was revealed last week, we can now see its interior for the first time courtesy of this image from a Thai promo site. Most importantly, what this image shows is the Fortuner and Hilux will wear distinct interiors.
The Fortuner will get a LandCruiser-inspired centre stack framing an integrated large centre display, unlike the protruding table-like arrangement of the Hilux. It does appear as though both vehicles will feature the same new steering-wheel design however, while the central TFT screen in dash looks like it was plucked from the Lexus parts bin.
Perhaps most importantly to families, the Fortuner’s seating layout will include the two third-row seats as predicted.