The image you are seeing here isn’t a PhotoShop trickery as you might believe, it is in fact an actual working vehicle, and is a product of the Atoy Customs garage in Quezon City, Philippines.
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The end result is tasteful for sure. And the work itself is done quite professionally by seamlessly blending the front-end of a Fortuner to the double cabin Hilux. It would definitely fit in Toyota’s current lineup perfectly, and to think the Japanese automaker went through all the trouble of actually trying to differentiate the two vehicles from each other as much as possible this generation.
This leads us to believe that it’s something that can be done here as well. Hope if someone tries it out in Pakistan. What do you think of this Hilux-Fortuner intermingle? Let us know with your comments.
A 3d animation professional with over 20 years of industry experience having served in leading organizations & production facilities of Pakistan, an avid car enthusiast and petrolhead with an affection to deliver writings to help shape opinions. Formerly written for PakWheels as well as major publications including Dawn. Founder of CarSpiritPK.com