First Locally Assembled Toyota Corolla Cross Hybrid Spotted in Karachi
First Locally Assembled Toyota Corolla Cross Hybrid Spotted in Karachi

The first locally assembled Toyota Corolla Cross Hybrid has been spotted in Karachi, Pakistan. The car was seen undergoing durability testing on the roads of the city.

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The Corolla Cross Hybrid is a popular SUV in the international market. It is powered by a hybrid powertrain that combines a gasoline engine with an electric motor. This gives the car the best of both worlds, with good fuel economy and low emissions.

The locally-assembled Corolla Cross Hybrid is expected to be launched in Pakistan in the coming months. The car will be assembled by Indus Motor Company (IMC), the local subsidiary of Toyota.

The arrival of the Corolla Cross Hybrid is a major milestone for the automotive industry in Pakistan. It is the first locally-assembled hybrid car in the country, and it is a sign of the growing demand for green vehicles.

The launch of the Toyota Corolla Cross Hybrid will have several benefits for customers in Pakistan. First, it will provide customers with an affordable and environmentally friendly car option. Second, it will boost the local manufacturing industry. Third, it will showcase Pakistan on a global platform as it will be Toyota’s first locally assembled hybrid car model.

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