MANILA, Philippines–Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) last month gave a preview of heart-racing fun piloted by the All-New Vios at the recently held World of Toyota Motor Show. Focused on waku-doki , which is ‘‘fun’’ in Japanese, some of the Philippines’ most exciting stars gathered to start the fun at the World Trade Center by driving the country’s no. 1 selling car!
Kicked off at the 9-day World of Toyota Motor Show, celebrities were immersed in true waku-doki style with the All-New Vios. Dubbed as the “Waku-Doki Fun Drive,” 30 stars underwent several driving challenges to be qualified for the Vios One Make Race (OMR) Exhibition in October.
Raving fans and gearheads all witnessed and cheered for their favorite personalities as they faced the simulator test and did an actual Vios Test drive showing their proficiency in driving. Truly, this Vios OMR aims to give the public a different driving experience beyond one’s daily roads.
Furthermore, other fan favorites like Bianca King, Mark Herras, Fabio Ide and Kris Bernal all drove and started the fun with the hope of being the first celebrity Vios One Make Race champion. Immediately after these exciting activities, visitors of the said Motor Show also got a chance to meet and greet the stars, thus making their visit more fun and memorable.
Stay tuned for more information and updates on the Vios One Make Race. Check out who among the celebrity contestants will enter the actual competition by visiting TMP’s official Facebook page: ToyotaMotorPhilippines or visit the company’s new website at www.toyota.com.ph.
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