The Chinese company has added Toyo AT2 Open Country tyres wrapped around Dynamic Python alloy wheels, while an Airflow snorkel feeds clean air through the vehicle’s intake system.
A Carryboy canopy sits snugly on the tray and a Warn winch up front will get the Foton out of any serious strife. Finally, a full-featured tow kit is able to tow up to 2.5 tonnes.
The entire package has been raised with front and rear RidePro suspension kits.
The accessorised Tunland – like the one you see here – is expected to have a driveaway price of less than $40,000.
For comparisons sake, a non-equipped Tunland 4x4 single cab retails from $22,490 drive away; the dual cab will set you back $30,990.
The Tunland is powered by a Cummins 2.8-litre turbo-diesel donk that pumps out 120kW and 360Nm. The engine works in tandem with a Getrag five-speed manual transmission.
Standard features for the Tunland dual cab include rear parking sensors, dual front airbags, Bosch four-channel ABS, an eight-way adjustable driver’s seat, alloy wheels, air-con, Bluetooth streaming and remote keyless entry.
The fully accessorised Foton Tunland 4x4 dual-cab ute will debut at the National 4x4 Outdoors Show & Fishing and Boating Expo, held August 19-21 at the Melbourne Showgrounds.
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The kitted-out Tunland ute will be on display in Hall 1, Exhibition Pavilion, Stand EP477.