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AAB participates in 3rd Majd Qatar Exhibition & Forum 2021


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Doha: Abdullah Abdulghani & Bro. Co. (AAB), the exclusive dealer for Toyota vehicles in Qatar, is participating in the 3rd Majd Qatar Exhibition & Forum 2021 which will be held from 26-28 September at Doha Exhibition & Convention Center (DECC). As part of the exhibition, AAB is displaying their latest models in the Hybrid Electric Vehicle line-up - Toyota C-HR and Toyota Corolla Cross. 

AAB & Toyota offers the largest line-up of Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEV) in Qatar with 6 exciting models viz. C-HR, Corolla, Corolla Cross, Camry, RAV4 and Highlander. Toyota are the pioneer and leader in the Hybrid Electric Vehicles Technology and Toyota has crossed the symbolic milestone of over 17 million  Hybrid Vehicle Sales world-wide since the launch of iconic Toyota Prius in the year 1997 which was the first full Hybrid mass produced car. In line with the efforts of the Government of the State of Qatar to reduce consumption of energy and cut harmful CO2 emissions, AAB is promoting the use of Hybrid Electric Vehicles. 

Majd Qatar Exhibition and Forum 2021 is a specialized national platform built on social responsibility, under the sponsorship of Sheikh Abdullah Bin Saud Ben Jabur Al Thani and under the supervision and sponsorship of the Government of the State of Qatar. The exhibition and forum is being organized in strategic partnership with the Ministry of Municipality and Environment, and under the esteemed sponsorship of Qatar Museums, the Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy, the Public Works Authority (Ashghal), Qatar Red Crescent as a supporting partner, NAMA as a societal partner, the Media Center for Youth and Al Sharq Newspaper and Al Raya Newspaper  as a media partner. 

This exhibition and forum is based on the integration of various sectors of the State as manifested in the government sector, the business sector and media sector, in order to highlight their roles, achievements and the services. This is aimed at achieving means of effective cooperation in Qatar as well as development under the wise leadership, in addition to making great success and progress in all walks of life, supporting the vision of H H the Amir and realizing Qatar National Vision 2030. During the event AAB will be displaying Toyota Corolla Cross & Toyota CHR.

Since its launch in Japan in 1966, the Corolla series has achieved a cumulative total of over 50 million sales in more than 150 countries and regions around the world. The model has continued to evolve in line with the needs of the times; this latest version caters to the strong demand for SUVs in the region, enabling customers to select the vehicle that best suits their diverse lifestyles. This latest addition of HEV range will help to further increase the appeal of eco-friendly vehicles in the region and contribute to the  long-term goals for the promotion of sustainable mobility.

Corolla Cross offers exceptional cabin quietness and smooth acceleration, especially when accelerating from a stand-still. The vehicle can be driven entirely on electrical ‎power with zero-fuel consumption and tailpipe emissions, or by combining the power generated from the petrol ‎engine and two electric motors, depending on its speed and driver behavior. ‎

The C-HR Hybrid-Electric Vehicle (HEV) reflects Toyota's long-standing drive for sustainability. The company has harnessed the power of innovation to emerge as a leader in the development of environmentally friendly automotive technologies. Offering the lowest fuel consumption value in its category at 23.9 km/L, the class-leading C-HR enables customers to contribute to a greener future while enjoying the increased driving satisfaction provided by its advanced technologies. 

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