Toyota Kirloskar Motor announces its sales report for August 2021. The carmaker sold a total of 12,772 units for the given period. Compared to August 2020, in which the sales figure was 5,555 units, the company registered a growth of 130 per cent. The cumulative sales from January to August 2021 stands at 85,209 units against 39,627 units for January to August 2020. This translates to a growth of 115 per cent. TKM mentioned that the customer demand is growing stronger as the retail sales are increasing. Both The Innova Crysta and Fortuner are selling in healthy figures. Meanwhile, Glanza and Urban Cruiser continue to please the younger customers.
Toyota Unveils Its ‘Virtual Showroom’
With the growing sentiments for a’ Work-From-Home’ culture, automotive firms are introducing a host of online services. One of the emerging offerings which have also become a norm these days is the online ‘Virtual Showroom’. Toyota India has also launched its ‘Virtual Showroom’ that aims to enhance customer service. Customers will get a 360-degree exterior view of Toyota’s range of products.
Virtual Showroom – Features
Toyota is also offering its customers interior views, colour options and available variants through the Virtual Showroom. Customers will also have a view in which they can see how their car looks when parked in their garage or portico. To enhance flexibility, Toyota has started answering queries via WhatsApp. Customers can now get their answers related to sales enquiries, vehicle exchange, booking of service appointments, breakdown services or sharing feedback via WhatsApp on 8367683676.
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One of the most famous nameplates in automotive history, Toyota Corolla has now sold more than 50 million units. Launched way back in 1966, the car has been manufactured in possible body types, be it a hatchback, coupe, sedan, station wagon and even a minivan. In India, the car was very popular in the chauffeur-driven market, especially in the premium commercial segment like in hotels, corporate fleet, and the likes.