Toyota Confirms 2024 Fortuner and Hilux Mild Hybrids

New era for Fortuner and Hilux: TNGA-F platform and mild-hybrid power. Get a glimpse of Toyota's sustainability strategy.

by Mausam Kumar Mishra (MBA)

A Global Debut

Toyota South Africa has confirmed that the 2024 Fortuner and Hilux models will receive mild-hybrid powertrains.

by Mausam Kumar Mishra (MBA)

Advanced TNGA-F Platform

The upcoming Fortuner and Hilux will be based on Toyota's advanced TNGA-F platform, which supports both ICE and hybrid powertrains.

by Mausam Kumar Mishra (MBA)

Hybrid Powertrain

Yoshiki Konishi, president of Toyota Daihatsu Engineering and Manufacturing, confirmed that the next-gen Fortuner would have a hybrid powertrain.

by Mausam Kumar Mishra (MBA)

Timeline

The Fortuner hybrid is set to debut globally in 2024, but there's no clear timeline for its launch in India.

by Mausam Kumar Mishra (MBA)

Hybrids in the Mix

Toyota believes that EVs are not the sole solution for carbon neutrality and is exploring hybrid options for its popular SUV and pickup truck models.

by Mausam Kumar Mishra (MBA)

The Road to Electrification

While specific details about the hybrid powertrains haven't been disclosed, it's likely that the current 2.8-liter turbocharged diesel engine will be electrified for the Fortuner and Hilux.

by Mausam Kumar Mishra (MBA)

Performance Upgrade

The current diesel engine produces 204hp and 500Nm of torque, which may be enhanced by the mild-hybrid system.

by Mausam Kumar Mishra (MBA)

Hybrid Pathways

There's no confirmation about the potential launch of strong-hybrid versions of the Fortuner and Hilux.

by Mausam Kumar Mishra (MBA)