Timeless and trendy Corolla Altis at 24th Consumer Fair

Lyna Mohamad

Visitors to the 24th Consumer Fair can visit NBT Brunei Sdn Bhd’s Toyota exhibition booth and take a closer look at the 12th generation Corolla.

NBT recently stepped up in the digital realm by being the first in Brunei to officially launch the timeless and trendy all-new Corolla Altis through a microsite.

The all-new Corolla Altis comes with a selection of 1.8L petrol engine and 1.6L petrol engine in order to respond to the needs of all customer targets.

The Corolla – known all over the world as a benchmark for a quality-made, reliable and durable vehicle – is one of the best selling cars in the world with over 46 million units produced since it was first introduced in 1966.

The Toyota Corolla has undergone a radical transformation in response to changing times, and the subsequent evolution in what customers need and expect from their vehicles.

However, one thing is timeless: Monozukuri (crafting things), the founding spirit behind Corolla’s development from the beginning.

The desire of Corolla’s first creator, Chief Engineer Hasegawa, was embodied in his ‘All As and Something Unique’ policy, which served as the bedrock of Corolla’s pedigree since its inception.

There must be no compromises (All As) when it comes to making cars and beyond meeting all objectives, it is essential to imbue the car with a defining personality that will captivate and delight customers (something unique).

Corolla has relied on an unbeatable formula of combining safety, practicality and technology together in a fun-to-drive package and topped with Toyota’s legendary reputation for quality, durability and reliability.

With more than 50 years of history – ‘Timeless’ is the suitable word to explain the all-new Corolla Altis while its sleek look is in trend with the current market of seamless and sentimental design (moderate and minimalist).

Two vintage Toyota Corolla models are also being showcased at the exhibition.

NBT Brunei Sdn Bhd’s Toyota exhibition booth. PHOTO: BAHYIAH BAKIR