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Toyota Kirloskar SUV: Company enhances production to counter waiting period, 120000 units booked, all you must know

Toyota Kirloskar SUV: The Japanese carmaker Toyota Kirloskar Motor has announced that its Bidadi manufacturing facility would begin operating on three shifts starting of this month. To fulfil the rising demand for the company’s recently announced products, the third shift has begun.

Increasing 30% production

According to Toyota, the start of the 30th shift would result in a more than 30% increase in plant production, enabling the business to fulfil the rising demand for its complete portfolio in the nation. Additionally, the business will add 25% more jobs as a result of this news, including expanded hiring from the Toyota Technical Training Institute (TTTI). This is a centre for technical skill education that the corporation has at its Bidadi plant.

Toyota Kirloskar SUV: Specifications

ARAI Mileage12.99 kmpl
City Mileage9.0 kmpl
Fuel TypeDiesel
Engine Displacement (cc)2494
No. of cylinder4
Max Power (bhp@rpm)100.6bhp@3600rpm
Max Torque (nm@rpm)200Nm@1200-3600rpm
Seating Capacity7
Boot Space (Litres)300
Fuel Tank Capacity55.0

Toyota Kirloskar SUV: Statement from Chief Communications Officer

Sudeep Dalvi, Chief Communications Officer at Toyota Kirloskar Motor, commented on the most recent business progress, saying, “We are incredibly delighted to see that all of our products are receiving very great reception in the market. In order to increase output, we have implemented a third shift while keeping in mind our “Customer First” principle. Our team members are our greatest asset, therefore we are pleased that the third shift welcomes new members to the Toyota family. Through a series of additional shifts, we have made sure that all of our team members are safe and at ease as the business advances.

More than 1.2 lakhs units has been booked

Toyota currently has a backlog of orders of more than 1,20,000 units, which is the greatest since the country’s automobile industry began. The waiting period for the freshly released Innova Highcross MPV is 24 to 30 months. The mid-size SUV, which will debut in the middle of 2022, will likewise have a waiting period of up to 20 months. Both of these cars are offered with petrol and petrol combined with powerful hybrid powertrains.

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