Toyota plans a host of new launches for Brazil
|   Tuesday, November 06, 2012
Toyota has showcased the Etios at the Sao Paolo Motor Show and this is in accordance with the claim of the company that the vehicle is for all emerging markets. The Etios is available in both sedan and hatch back styles and the hatch back were currently unveiled for the Brazilian market.
The Etios is the first Toyota vehicle in this segment and this is set to capture more than half of the segment in the Brazilian market. Toyota has estimated annual sales of 70,000 vehicles in the Brazilian market starting from 2013.


Japanese car makers Nissan has also unveiled the Extreme Concept crossover for the Brazilian market and this vehicle is based on the Nissan Micra. The Extreme is not a hatch back like the Micra but it is a cross over based on the Micra. The vehicle has received a lot of designing work and finally the concept was built.

The Nissan Extreme is smaller than the Juke and the vehicle has been built strictly as a concept. The vehicle is not the successor to the Nissan 240Z and Nissan has plans to launch the three door version of the vehicle in the Brazilian market quite soon. Featuring the mechanicals directly borrowed from the Micra, the Extreme also features exterior styling based on the Micra, including the front bumpers.

The Nissan Extreme is totally based on the Micra and the designing features used on this machine are expected to be carried forward to other future production models of Nissan. The head lamp design of the vehicle is a new one and Nissan is set to showcase a three door version of the vehicle post the launch of the current model.

Renault has also planned a concept version of the Dacia Duster and the vehicle was showcased at the Sao Paolo Motor Show. The Renault D Cross has a new exterior modification with the same drive train and most of the world market has the Dacia Duster renamed as the Renault Duster.

The D Cross Concept is easily recognizable with the all new front bumper, grille and the LED daytime running lights. The vehicle has a dual tone paint finish with a bright green metallic tone for the front end and a black and grey metallic hue for the rear end. Chrome alloyed wheels are available as standard and the vehicle has a lot of exterior design patterns with an extra wheel on the roof.

Volkswagen is also planning to launch the Amarok Canyon in the Brazilian market and this vehicle is a true off roader from the core. The concept was unveiled six months ago and the vehicle is finally set to be launched across the global markets.

The Amarok canyon was based on the idea of a commercial vehicle which luxury features and comfort and the Canyon manage to live up to its name in every sense. The vehicle is available in a host of external color schemes starting from red finish and the low roof line with a reduced ride height increased the stability in off road conditions.
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