Toyota IMC is gearing up to launch their international Fortuner Legender and Revo Rocco in Pakistan. The images of wrapped vehicles are making rounds on the internet. The company has got the cars in the country already. However, Toyota Pakistan already launched the New Fortuner and Revo facelifts earlier this year.
While in the Thai market, Toyota announced new flagship models called Legender for the Fortuner and Rocco for the Hilux Revo line when it introduced the facelifts in mid-2020. Both these variants were absent when the company introduced their facelifts in Pakistan. Both the cars are extremely popular in the country.
Fortunately, Toyota IMC has decided to introduce an additional trim level for both the Revo and the Fortuner. Toyota Revo Rocco and Fortuner Legender are the top-of-the-line versions of both cars, with various enhancements over the standard models. Let’s diverge into the improvements Toyota provides in both the vehicles.
Toyota Fortuner Legender
The Toyota Fortuner Legender features a reworked front with sharper, dual projector LED headlights, LED sequential turn indicators at the bottom, a sportier bumper with skid plate, and a slimmer upper grille and much wider lower grille both with new pattern completed in black. It rides on 20-inch alloy wheels with a dual-tone finish. The Fortuner Legender has new LED tail lamps with LED sequential turn indicators. It also has a revised bumper with L-shaped outer ends, and a glossy black roof spoiler in the back. In Thailand, the Fortuner Legender also comes standard with a black roof and black pillars.
Toyota Revo Rocco
The Hilux Revo Rocco receives visual enhancements such as unique angular headlamps with bi-LED projectors, a more rugged appearance thanks to revised grille, skid plates, extensive black claddings, mudguard, sidesteps, door handles, mirrors, and load bar, and a more rugged appearance thanks to revised grille, skid plates, extensive black claddings, mudguard, sidesteps, door handles, mirrors, and load bar. The Revo Rocco is also equipped with blacked-out alloy wheels for a more striking look.
However, it is unclear if the variants introduced in Pakistan by Indus Motors Company will offer the same frills as the international market. While one thing is for sure that the vehicles will be pricier than the Toyota Fortuner and Revo models currently available locally. Moreover, Toyota car prices in Pakistan already saw a massive increase recently.