Fortuner GR-S

  • rush toyota santa rosa
  • rush toyota santa rosa
  • rush toyota santa rosa
  • rush toyota santa rosa
  • rush toyota santa rosa
  • rush toyota santa rosa
  • rush toyota santa rosa

The Fortuner GR-S gets the safety features and amenities found on the LTD and Q  variants. This includes the Toyota Safety Sense package with a pre-collision system, lane-departure alert, blind-spot monitoring, and rear cross-traffic alert.

The jazzed-up midsize SUV looks exactly as advertised, sporting new bumpers on both front and rear ends. Additional garnish on the foglamp housings and the liftgate can also be found on the outside. Capping off the GR-inspired look are the blacked-out 18-inch alloy wheels.

Inside, the vehicle is fitted with sport-type front seats wrapped in a mix of suede and leather and with eight-way power adjustability. Contrast red stitching can be found here as well as on the steering wheel. Aluminum pedals, matte-carbon trim, dual-zone climate controls, and a plethora of Gazoo Racing badges are also available.

Check the Toyota Fortuner GR-S price and know the difference from other similar car brands.


Driven by the passion to push the limits for better, Gazoo Racing has the fueled determination to create exhilarating driving experiences for everyone. This added Gazoo Racing shot isn’t transformative, but it does give this Fortuner variant a somewhat sportier bent. Interior-wise, the best thing here are the seats.

Although the shape is shared with the LTD’s, the suede inserts do give it a bit more visual drama. Oh, and it helps keep you in place too during more spirited driving.


The dynamics of its all-round sportier design makes the vehicle stand out along with the suede and leather seats, complemented by the smoke silver metallic and matte carbon trims of the instrument panel and center cluster. Inside, the Fortuner GR Sport gets all serious with its all-black cabin with red accents and highlights.

It also keeps the back and bum cooler in midday Manila weather—perfect because the GR Sport loses the LTD’s ventilated seats. Other changes in here include the red stitching on the steering wheel and gauge binnacle, the carbon fiber pattern on the center console, the darkened silver trimming, and of course, the spattering of Gazoo Racing branding.


Engineered with a strong 2.8L engine and a 4×4 drivetrain to put you at the top of your game. The upgraded suspension along with a cutting-edge design accentuates a classy and comfortable ride.

Going to the powertrain, the Fortuner GR Sport has the very same engine found in the LTD variant. The tweaks done this year upped the horsepower and torque of the 2.8-liter turbodiesel to 204 horsepower and 500 Nm respectively—easily one of the best in the segment. Even now, as it wears the Gazoo Racing branding, you honestly don’t need any more power This engine doesn’t run out of steam.

There’s pull when you need it, and when you want it. Even better, it’s polished, quiet, and refined. This is easily one of the best engines fitted to a PPV at the moment.


The all-new Fortuner GR-S delivers performance, comfort, and style to ensure every trip is an exhilarating drive, every more is a winning one. As a PPV, the Fortuner’s already easy to drive, but Toyota says the new shock absorbers should also improve the steering and handling. Without a back-to-back comparison, honestly, the difference is hard to tell. However, it does have a quicker near-center feel—something that wasn’t in the LTD variant.

Better still, the Panoramic View Monitor or PVM is better integrated now too. In the LTD, it required drivers to press the PVM button for three seconds to activate it. Now, it automatically activates whenever an object’s detected in either the front or rear sensors (there’s a defeat switch), or when Reverse is engaged.

Car Safety Features

With great performance comes even greater safety features. Featuring the Blind Spot Monitor (BSM) and the Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA) with the Toyota Safety Sense package for added driving assistance and security. As for safety, the Fortuner GR Sport, like the LTD and Q models come with Toyota Safety Sense or TSS. It bundles technology such as Pre-Collision Braking, Lane Departure Alert, Adaptive Cruise Control, as well as blind spot indicators with rear cross traffic alert.


The last feature, of note, is well executed. Drivers have the option for purely visual or audio-visual warning, and the intensity of the side mirror-mounted caution lights can be adjusted too.

  • Chilled AC
  • Automatic
  • Audio input
  • Bluetooth
  • USB input
  • FM Radio
  • Power Windows
  • Power Steering
  • ABS