Toyota Corolla Cross To Make Its Debut In The Philippines This August

Toyota Corolla Cross To Make Its Debut In The Philippines This August

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Recently, TMP President, Astuhiro Okamoto confirmed that the Toyota Corolla Cross will be arriving in the country on an unknown date. Speculations rose that it will be launched on August 20 since TMP posted a teaser on its social media.

The Corolla we all know and love, now also in a new exhilarating form factor.Witness its unveiling this August 20, 2020 via Facebook & Youtube Live.

Posted by Toyota Motor Philippines on Saturday, August 8, 2020

The Corolla Cross is designed as a hybrid of the Corolla collection and an SUV. Its seats boast a leather material that can gather up to 5 passengers.

Toyota Corolla Cross was first launched in Thailand months prior and will soon be available in the Philippines.

Photo Credit: Toyota Official Website

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