Monday, January 20, 2014

Toyota Plans to Launch New Version, Discontinues Corolla Altis Production

Legend automobile producer Toyota Kirloskar Motor has ceased preparation of its chief car Corolla Altis from in the not so distant future as it riggings up to take off another form in the following 4-5 months.

Consistent with industry sources, the company will showcase the model with included characteristics throughout the approaching Auto Expo in New Delhi one month from now.

"The company has stopped the production of the Corolla Altis from  January. It is now preparing to launch a new version, which has already been rolled out in many coun try”. TKM is as of now offering the model in both petrol and diesel variants in the nation. According to the organization's authority site, the petrol rendition is estimated between Rs 12.54 lakh and Rs 16.89 lakh, while the diesel auto costs Rs 13.26-16.74 lakh (ex-showroom, Guwahati).

Toyota stops Corolla Altis production; to launch new version

"The company will first showcase new Corolla Altis at the upcoming Auto Expo in the National Capital. The commercial launch of the model is likely to take place around May-June," the source said.

Consistent with Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers, TKM sold 2,972 units of the Corolla Altis in the April- December period this financial in the Indian business, down 29.47 for every penny from the year-prior period.

More resiliently, steady with industry sources, the new form of Corolla Altis is liable to be controlled by the same 1.8 litre petrol with some included characteristics. The diesel variant is liable to be more capable than the existing 1.4 litre one.

Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM) will handle the new Corolla Altis at its second plant in Bangalore that has a preparation limit of 2.1 lakh units for every year.

Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM) had initially started the Corolla in India in 2003. The existing form of the Corolla Altis was presented in 2008.

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