Toyota India launches virtual showroom for its customers
Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM) announced the creation of its 'Virtual Showroom' to further digitalize customer experience in the new normal. Customers may use the virtual showroom to browse their favourite Toyota automobiles while also being able to reserve their ideal directly from the virtual showroom.
Customers may use the virtual showroom to browse their favourite Toyota automobiles while also being able to reserve their ideal directly from the virtual showroom. It's already connected with a payment gateway, and it'll soon make it easier to find the best deals, finance choices, loan applications, and other value-added services.
One may choose a Toyota , receive 360-degree external and interior views, see all possible variations and colour options, turn on the lights, open and close the doors, virtually experience the top features in day and night modes, and get variant-specific costs in the virtual showroom.
Customers may also use augmented reality mode on their cellphones to view how a Toyota would look when parked in their garage or porch, which is an important feature of the new platform. They may also plan a test drive or a Toyota directly from the virtual showroom for delivery at their local dealership or in the comfort of their own homes.
To get started, you simply have to log in on the Toyota Bharat website and in just a few clicks, they can start their virtual buying experience on their device. TKM has integrated all of its dealer partners onto the new platform, and the virtual showroom will soon be available on all of its dealer partners' websites.
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