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Toyota Motor Philippines sets world-class motor show



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MANILA, Philippines – Get to experience fun and excitement (“Waku-Doki”) this August as Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) is set to hold the biggest Exclusive Motor Show from August 10-18, 2013 at the World Trade Center, Pasay City.

This grand event will highlight vehicles from the past and the future. Designed and built to be at par with global Motor Shows, The World of Toyota is a rare opportunity to experience the Toyota Way on a whole new level.

During the week-long event, the full product line-up of Toyota will be displayed with a sneak preview of upcoming models. Car enthusiasts will likewise be amazed as Toyota will be showcasing over 30 classic cars that have shaped the local automotive industry for more than 4 decades. Visitors will get a glimpse of the future with the display of its concept car, the Toyota FCV-R. Toyota’s luxury line Lexus will also be under the spot light at the motor show. Its full line-up will be on display headed by its super car, the Lexus LFA as well as its concept luxury coupe, the Lexus LF-LC that was featured at the North American International Autoshow in Detroit. In building such an event, Toyota expresses its commitment to bring more fun and excitement in its vehicles.

Aside from Toyota’s grand vehicle showcase, an area has also been dedicated for various activities. There will be a playroom for children to enjoy and an 86 Tamiya RC area catering for the kids-at-heart. Visitors may join the scheduled racing competition and win exciting prizes! There will also be scheduled driving exhibitions for everyone to watch.

Special offers will also be made available for new vehicle purchase during the 9 day period. Save as much as P100,000 by reserving or trading-in. These customers will likewise be eligible to win additional P100,000 discount as Toyota will be raffling 25 winners at the end of the event. (Special offers also available at authorized provincial dealer outlets nationwide)

In a statement, TMP President, Michinobu Sugata expressed . . . “This exclusive Motorshow is held in commemoration of twenty five years of providing quality vehicles and unparalleled service to its customers. Because of our customers, Toyota Motor Philippines Corporation (TMP) continues to be the automotive industry leader for more than two (2) decades, with 11 consecutive years of Triple Crown from 2002 to 2012. Through this event, Toyota would like to thank its customers for their support and loyalty throughout the years. It is our way of sharing this momentous occasion with everyone. I would like to personally invite the public, their family and friends to #StartTheFun… only at THE WORLD OF TOYOTA!”

For more information on the World of the Toyota Motor Show, visit their website at www.toyota.com.ph or like their page on Facebook (Toyota Motor Philippines.) You may also call the CAC Hotline at (02) 819 2912 for other concerns.


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