From what we can see, the all-new Fortuner gets a much pronounced front-end with sharper-looking headlights and the three-slate grille is now reduced to just two. Chrome accents now surround the fog lamps as well.
Moving along the sides, the D-pillars are also different with a little kink just behind the rear doors that appears to be a reworked roof height.
As a comparision, this is how the current Toyota Fortuner sold here looks like:
Powertrain options should include petrol and diesel options mated to either a manual and automatic gearbox.
Stay tuned for more updates.