3 Upcoming Fortuner-Rival SUVs That Has Toyota Sweating Crazily!

Upcoming Car in India!

In the Full-Size SUV Segment, Toyota with the Fortuner SUV has been dominating the segment crazily even though it offers less features in comparison to its rivals, MG Gloster, Jeep Meridian, etc. However, Fortuner could finally get dethroned by these upcoming 3 SUVs that has Toyota scared because of the tech, and features it has to offer, and once it launches in India, Fortuner might lose the top spot. So, today we’ll list down details of the upcoming three SUVs from car brands – Kia, Hyundai Motors, and Skoda.

Kia Telluride (Expected: Late 2024)

The Kia Telluride is an full-size SUV that supports eight people seating, and it’s capable for all types of roads and weather conditions. It’s All-Wheel-Drive (AWD) drive train and what that means is that you can do very good amount of off-roading in this big 5 Meter SUV. The SUV measures 5000 MM in length, 1990 MM in width, and 1750 MM in height. It features wheelbase of 2900 MM, Ground Clearance of 203 MM, Fuel Tank of 71 Litres, and Big Boot Space of 594 Litres.

In other countries, the SUV is powered by the 3.8 L V6 Engine, but when it launches in India, it’s highly possible this SUV will be powered by the 2.2 L 4 Cylinder Diesel Engine that generates 197 BHP and 440 NM of torque mated to 8 Speed Torque Converter Automatic Gearbox. In Features, it’s got digital instrument cluster, heated and ventilated seats, Heads-up Display (HUD), Electronic Parking Brake with Auto Hold, Power Tailgate, 10.25-inch Infotainment System, 12 Speakers Harman Kardon Sound System, dual-pane sunroof, and so much more.

Safety features include Six Airbags, Differential Lock, ABS with EBD, Front and Rear Parking Sensors, 360 Surround View Camera, Tyre-Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS), Hill Start Assist, Hill Descent Control, and Level 2 ADAS with features like Lane Keep Assist, Adaptive Cruise Control, Blind Spot Monitor, Rear Cross Traffic Assist, and so much more. Kia is expected to launch the Telluride in the late 2024.

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