Foton returns to the Manila International Auto Show (MIAS) this April 7 to 10, 2022, with the all-new Thunder 2.0 pickup. The Thunder is proudly assembled at Foton’s world-class assembly plant at Clark, Pampanga. Thunder 2.0 is powered by a third-generation 2.0 diesel engine engineered and manufactured by Foton Motors. The turbodiesel generates 160hp and 390Nm, giving the Thunder a payload capacity of up to one ton.
The all-new Thunder 2.0 comes standard with rollbars, cargo hooks for easy cargo mounting, large tail lamps, LED fog lamps, and large sporty grille. The body uses high-strength steel for better safety.
The Thunder comes with premium features including dual-zone climate control, 10.25-inch floating touchscreen system, 8-inch digital instrument panel, premium leather interior, and six-way power driver seat. There’s an engine start-stop button and keyless entry. Electronic stability control and ABS complement the six airbags for safety.
Thunder comes with a 3-year / 100,000km, and the assurance of Foton EC parts program. The company stores large quantities of spare parts of many as 65,000 line items in its 4100 square-meter facility.
Foton revealed the all-new Thunder in a star-studded launch with rockstar Bamboo.
“The all-new Thunder 2.0 exhibits nothing less than a durable unit to drive you at the convenience of modern car-like features combined with an efficient powertrain and masculine sporty style. We are proud to say that with help of Filipino skills, craftsmanship, and competence this new durable vehicle has taken shape” says United Asia Automotive, Inc. (UAAGI) and FMPI President Erroll E. Dueñas.
IN PHOTO: UAAGI bigwigs Rommel Sytin, Kenneth Sytin, Errol Duenas and Levi at the all-new Thunder launch