The company which will launch two new vehicles, including the all-new version of MPV Innova, will have a separate zone to display only hybrid vehicles. "The odd-even scheme had allowed hybrid vehicles on all days. We are seeing a good increase in demand for our Camry hybrid in Delhi. Earlier, we use to sell around 45-50 units but in the first month of this year, it is around 80 units," Toyota Kirloskar Motor Senior Vice President, Director Sales and Marketing, N Raja said.

The company last year sold over 1,000 Camry hybrid sedans in India. Raja said the odd-even scheme may have resulted in difficulties but it had increased awareness over pollution and it is a good opportunity to highlight eco-friendly, alternate fuel vehicle technologies.
"So this time around at the Auto Expo, we will have three separate zones, one for new models, other for existing vehicles and another one for hybrid vehicles. The hybrid technology is a key focus for us," Raja said.
He said TKM will display a range of hybrid vehicles, which its parent Toyota has made popular the world over, including the Prius and Corolla hybrid, among others.