TMP launches 1st leg of “Go Electrified with Toyota” Tour

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Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) has been at the forefront of hybrid technology in the Philippines for a long time. The brand was selling and pushing hybrids here long before it was “fashionable”.

In an effort to continue its drive for sustainable motoring, Toyota is going on a small tour showcasing its hybrid offerings.

“Go Electrified With Toyota” leg 1

The number one automaker kicked off 2023 with an electrified start with the first leg of its nationwide ‘Go Electrified with Toyota’ tour, happening January 19-22 at the Activity Center of Alabang Town Center in Muntinlupa City.

Toyota Go Electrified Tour Inline

As the leader in electrified mobility in the country, the Japanese automaker offers a wide variety of HEVs. Currently in the lineup are the Camry, Corolla Altis, Corolla Cross, and RAV4 which will all be featured at the ‘Go Electrified’ activity. 

Toyota Go Electrified Tour Inline 2

Aside from vehicle displays, guests of the electrified experiential booth will also get the chance to test drive the featured HEVs and learn more from TMP’s pool of electrified vehicle experts ready to answer any queries or clarifications the public may have about various electric car technologies. Prizes are also at stake for active participants in the various learning and immersion sessions.

Toyota Go Electrified Tour Inline 3

Join the Metro Manila leg of the Go Electrified with Toyota Tour to learn more. The tour will soon reach more destinations across the country to advocate for carbon-neutral mobility. Get the latest updates by visiting toyota.com.ph or following the official TMP Facebook and Instagram.

Pablo Salapantan

Pablo Salapantan

Pablo's first word was probably "Car", and this has developed into a personal passion that has consumed his professional life as well.

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