Toyota opens its first northern regional stockyard in Haryana
Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM) has opened its first northern regional stockyard in Farukhnagar, Haryana. This stockyard is set in five acres with a space to accommodate 900 vehicles. Notably, this is the second stockyard of the brand after its first-ever regional facility that opened in Guwahati in 2020.
The carmaker claims that this strategically located facility will reduce delivery time from eight days to two days for its dealers in Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttaranchal, Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, and Uttar Pradesh. Further, it will ensure a leaner and more efficient distribution network across the north Indian region, says the brand.
With this stockyard, Toyota will leverage train transport for vehicle distribution. In fact, Toyota's 60 per cent of dispatches take place through trains. The brand further intends to increase it to 80 per cent, with a monthly vehicle delivery target of 5,000 units.
In other news, Toyota recently revealed the Innova Hycross. This new generation Innova has gained a petrol-hybrid powertrain, a new platform, and front-wheel drive, along with a host of new features. The highlights of the Innova Hycross include LED headlamps and taillamps, a panoramic sunroof, powered tailgate, dual-zone temperature control, ventilated seats, powered driver seat, a nine-speaker sound system, 10.1-inch touchscreen infotainment, and Toyota Safety Sense (ADAS), among others. Toyota will launch the Innova Hycross sometime in January next year.
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