Toyota Pakistan Officially Launches Hilux Revo and Fortuner

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Earlier today in a much anticipated event, Toyota Pakistan made the new Hilux Revo and Fortuner available for the public. This event was organised at Royal Palm Golf and Country Club, Lahore. The event was attended by several top level employees, stake holders and media personnel.

The proceedings began with the recitation of Holy Quran, followed by the national anthem of Pakistan. The ceremony featured three speakers:
• Mr T. Azuma – Vice Chairman Indus Motors Company
• Mr Ali Asghar Jamali, Chief Operating Officer – Indus Motors Company
• Mr Hiroki Nakajima, Chief Engineer- Toyota Motor Company

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The bottom line of this event was all about the launch of two new vehicles by the company in Pakistan. Mr. Ali Asghar Jamali (COO – Indus Motors Company) primarily focussed on the laurals and history of the company. Ali Asghar Jamali further gave off a narrative on the development and growth phases of Pakistan’s automotive market. Mr. Jamali concluded his speech by sharing company’s performance and market prediction for the future, which will, according to several company officials, contribute positively for both, the consumers and the economic conditions of Pakistan.

The Chief Engineer – Toyota Motor Company, Mr. Hikori Nakajima focussed on describing both products (Revo and Fortuner) and their highlighted features, which will hopefully manage to attract and appeal to a lot of consumers.

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  • Guest

    specs ? price?

  • khan

    As
    we all know ckd kits in Pakistan for Indus Toyota is imported from
    Thailand. Starting price of Toyota Corolla in Thailand is 799,000 Baht
    and top of the line is 1,079,000, while Toyota Revo starting price
    699,000 Baht and top of the line TRD 940,000
    Baht. So why Indus Toyota is overcharging in Pakistan. If you want to
    sell 6000 Revos per year just like Vigo for last 4 years and over
    charged customer then it is not good. lower the price and crush market
    which is coming with Renault Duster, Suzuki Vitara, Honda Vezel and
    Honda Civic turbo

  • Umair

    Toyota fortuner price ?

  • Junaid

    In Pakistan due to the limited number of choices people always take a new model as beautiful. The fact is that the Revo looks rather ugly.

  • Guest

    People do not always take a new model as beautiful. Remember the Honda City 2001-2007? Hyndai Santro Club? In fact Pakistani consumer is alive in 1980s-90s thanks to PakSuzuki and that’s why modern designs from the 00s were not accepted. After that, in the 20s, design language took a turn and cars became square once again (Suzuki Every, Toyota Hiace and Wagon-R are good examples) and thus Pakistanis are more receptive of these designs.

    Or maybe you are talking about Adam Revo, not Hilux Revo.

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