Toyota revs up car ownership experience with ‘Move Your World’ vision


UMW Toyota Motor president K. Ravindran delivering his opening address at their ‘Move Your World’ new regional vision launch event.

MALAYSIANS will soon have their world of car ownership moved, following the implementation of the company’s new regional vision – ‘Move Your World’, which sees Toyota Malaysia aligning with other markets across the Asia Pacific.

More than a new tagline, ‘Move Your World’ encapsulates Toyota’s aims to realise a future mobility society, creating happiness and mobility for all as Toyota transitions into a mobility company.

The vision will see the exploration of new systems and services aimed at making car ownership more convenient than ever.

From the racetrack to the streets

For serious automotive enthusiasts, Toyota is continuing to move limits by implementing the lessons of the racetrack into the development of iconic Gazoo Racing (GR) performance models.

Created from Toyota GR’s never-ending pursuit to develop exciting cars, models in the range are constantly pushing the limits of engineering.

New GR models slated to be launched in 2023 continue Toyota’s motorsports heritage to innovate new technologies and solutions under the pressure of competition and the diversity of road conditions.

Moving towards a better future

The move towards net zero carbon emissions requires a multi-prong approach that allows drivers of all lifestyles to be part of this journey.

To this end, Toyota has adopted a multi-pathway strategy to electrify its model line-up with a variety of electric vehicle (EV) technologies.

In Malaysia, Toyota believes that hybrid EVs are the most accessible and affordable option for car owners to begin their carbon-reducing journey. In this category, the Corolla Cross Hybrid Electric will be joined by a second Toyota Hybrid EV in 2023.

Going the extra mile

Focusing on the safety and affordability concerns of drivers, the ‘Move Your World’ vision will see Toyota going the extra mile to move daily life with a slew of market leading sales, ownership and after sales services for customers.

From the Toyota Insurance Package that covers vehicles of all ages with a host of free protections and services, to the Toyota Service Savers that helps owners keep their cars performing optimally with attractive cost-saving servicing plans, to the Toyota Financial Packages that offer the most ideal vehicle financing choices to fit a range of needs and lifestyles, including low rates for lower carbon vehicles.

Customers will also be rewarded for their expenses through the Toyota Loyal-T programme, enabling them to earn points for purchases, servicing or repairs, and even for vehicle insurance renewals.

Car owners will be protected through the Toyota Vehicle Telematics System (VTS) that helps them keep track of their vehicles ​in real-time via an app or browser and stay safer with support services.

Creating happiness and mobility for all

UMW Toyota Motor closed 2022 on a positive note with a total of 101,035 vehicles sold. The total volume, which consisted of 100,042 Toyota vehicles and 993 Lexus vehicles, places Toyota as the top-selling brand (non-national) in Malaysia.

Toyota aims to maintain this competitive record in 2023 with an exciting line-up of new models to suit every driver profile.

To discover more about Toyota will Move Your World and explore its offerings in Malaysia, visit the newly revamped www.toyota.com.my

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