The Toro’s side profile is about as conventional as four-door pickups get, but that front end though…
Not all of the new Fiat Toro pickup’s design is actually striking, but its Nissan Juke-like face makes up for that. While still not fully detailed, we do already know it’s going to be a model mainly aimed at Latin American markets, as well as some very basic technical facts.
The Toro’s side profile is about as conventional as four-door pickups get. Move to the front, though, and you are struck by the daringly placed lights – this is a look that’s growing in popularity as it seems to be a good match for crossovers.
Aside from the aforementioned Nissan, the original weird-faced supermini-based crossover, you’ll now find similar looks on the Citroen C4 Cactus, Picasso or Jeep’s Cherokee.
Move to the back of the Toro, and while it may not look overly-dramatic, it does offer a split-opening rear tailgate; we can’t say whether or not that’s useful , but it’s not the usual solution for this type of truck.
Two engines are said to be offered: one 1.8-liter flex-fuel petrol unit and a 2.0-liter diesel.