FIAT Brazil, recently pulled the covers off of its new 2022 Fiat Toro pickup (also known in many markets as the Ram 1000). The updated unibody-based pickup is an important part of the Stellantis portfolio in Latin and South America and is the No. 2 best-selling pickup in Brazil (behind the new subcompact Fiat Strada). So with the launch of any new or updated product, the Mopar brand is releasing 71 accessories (14 of which are brand new) that will be available at the launch of the updated Toro.
Of the new accessories available, there is an all-new aluminum tonneau cover for the bed which features an elegant design that blends well into the aggressive styling of the Fiat Toro. The cover is watertight, preventing the entry of water and dust, and also has the option of electric opening and closing, with remote control.
Another novelty for the cargo compartment is a new heavy-duty bed mat. At 6 mm thick, it is made of PVC with high resistance to perforation and has a non-slip design, bringing protection and safety. In addition to the the tonneau cover, it further reinforces the versatility of the new Toro as a SUP (Sport Utility Pickup).
Inside, there is a new set of all-weather floor mats with high edges, ideal for stepping on with dirty shoes or boots. The list of unpublished accessories includes bestsellers such as a roll bar with a new applique with the name Toro, premium side steps in silver or black, custom Mopar exterior graphics, just to name a few.
To help showcase many of its new accessories, Mopar has built a new “Moparized” concept pickup based on the premium 2022 Fiat Toro Ultra. The Moparized Fiat Toro includes protective sill decals using the “Ultra” logo, black side steps, a Mopar tow hitch, all-weather floor mats, and a waterproof bed bag.
The new concept also test several conceptual accessories as well, like a unique ram air hood, 20-inch x 8.5-inch black wheels inspired by the Dodge Durango SRT, 255/45 run-flat tires, special black leather front seats with Mopar blue accents and embroidered Mopar logo in the backrests, blue stitching on the seats, steering wheel, door panels, central armrest, and shifter, Mopar blue seat belts, blue interior LED lighting, and Mopar blue dash and steering wheel accents.
To help give the truck a more aggressive stance, the suspension was lowered by 4 cm, with the use of special springs. The truck was also given dual exhaust tips, and a cold-air-intake from K&N air filters for the 170 horsepower 2.0-liter turbodiesel under the hood. The truck was then wrapped in a high-quality metallic blue body wrap.
So what do you think of the new 2022 Fiat Toro? Would you like to see Stellantis bring such a truck to North America to take on the new Hyundai Santa Cruz and the upcoming Ford Maverick? Let us know in the comments below, or in the MoparInsiders.com forums.
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