TNL unveils new generation Camry to Nigeria market
Toyota Nigeria Limited (TNL), has introduced the all-new generation Camry into the Nigerian market.
The Camry is another masterpiece from the stable of Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) Japan, to the Nigerian automobile market, which has evolved through generations since its first debut in 1982.
The eight-generation sedan has undergone a total transformation and transition, from a proven car to one that pushes the limits. It is a model that has enjoyed high level of goodwill.
Besides, over 18 million units have been sold across regions as at 2015.
Speaking at the official unveiling in Lagos yesterday, Managing Director, TNL Kunle Ade-Ojo, said it is no exaggeration that the rich history of this model already imbues it with outstanding attributes peculiar only to all its siblings in our model line-up.
Ade-Ojo disclosed that from its upgraded, trendier exterior to its spacious interior design, the latest model of the Camry available in 2.5L and 3.5L engines will readily arouse in its lovers a driving pleasure unparalleled in its class.
Indeed it is a remarkable package of safety, comfort and performance in equal proportion, he added.
Ade-Ojo who was represented by General Manager, Corporate Services, Bunmi Onafowokan, said the economic landscape of Nigeria has not been exactly clement, but that has not deterred the company.
“In fact, it has positively impacted on our creativity in responding to the demands of our dear customers all over Nigeria and we will continue to explore ways of keeping them satisfied and also uphold our culture of excellence,” he said.
He commended the dealers for their consistent support even in challenging business climate to ensure that the company maintained its leadership position and the success of the Toyota brand in the Nigerian market.
While making the presentation of the car, Marketing Manager, Bayo Olawoyin, said the development concept of the new generation Camry was to manufacture an outstanding vehicle with an appeal founded on rational aspects of Quality, Durability and Reliability (QDR).
He added that the concept included interior that projects an immediate feeling of excellence on one hand and a driving experience that everyone appreciates.