Aero celebrates ten years of Corolla
By Ammar Alvi
17th June 2012 12:33 AM
Toyota recently launched a limited edition Corolla Altis called the Corolla Altis Aero. It’s available only on the petrol J variant and has been launched to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Corolla in India. Ammar Alvi has more.
There will be only 500 Altis Aero manufactured. What will differentiate Aero from the regular Altis are smoked tail lamps, seven-spoke alloys, chrome-finished muffler cutter, new rear and front spoilers, the Aero emblem, and aesthetically designed leather seats with a dual-tone pattern and Aero logo. Only two paint-shades are offered, Silver Mica Metallic and Black Mica. Toyota Kirloskar Motor India officials have revealed that depending on demand, a limited edition diesel Aero may be launched later. The car will be on sale till September 2012, or till last stocks end.
According to Sandeep Singh, Deputy MD, Marketing, TKM, “We are delighted to announce the launch of Corolla Altis Aero on the occasion of the completion of 10 successful years in India. Altis has become a very popular brand and has catered to happy and satisfied customers through the years. This is a limited edition that will provide exclusivity and newness to our customers. Its aerodynamic design and new features lends it a sporty appearance. It’s a perfect combination of attractive design and powerful functions. Aero is being introduced in petrol variant only. Based on demand we’ll introduce a diesel variant as well.”
The latest edition of the Altis is priced at `11,47,748 and is available across all Toyota dealerships.
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