Toyota has launched the GR Sport version of the Fortuner in Thailand, and at Bt1,899,000 it’s the most expensive PPV in the market. In this video we check out the pros and cons of this 2021 updated model from Toyota.

Toyota Fortuner 2.8 GR Sport 4WD
Engine: 4-cylinder DOHC 16-valve Turbo Diesel
Displacement: 2,755cc
Bore and stroke: 92.0×103.6mm
Compression ratio: 15/6:1
Max power: 204ps/3,400rpm
Max torque: 500Nm/1,600-2,800rpm
Transmission: 6-speed automatic
Ratios: 3.600/2.090/1.488/1.000/0.687/0.580
Final drive ratio: 3.909
Average fuel economy: 14.7km/l
CO2: 179g/km
Suspension (f/r): double wishbone, coil spring, stabilizer/four-link, coil spring, stabilizer
Steering: powered rack-and-pinion
Turning circle: 11.6 meters
Brakes (f/r): vented disc/vented disc


Dimensions (mm)
Length: 4,795
Width: 1,855
Height: 1,835
Wheelbase: 2,750
Track (f/r): 1,540/1,555
Weight: n/a
Wheels: 20-inch alloy
Tyres: 265/50 R20
Fuel tank capacity: 80 liters

Price (as tested): Bt1,899,000 (US$56,288)
Distributor: Toyota Motor Thailand Co Ltd