Vios Club Philippines (VCP), the car club dedicated to Toyota's top-selling subcompact sedan, is celebrating its fifth year by staging, well, an all-Vios car show.
The Vios may be Toyota's alternative budget sedan but that doesn't necessarily mean that Vios owners have to make do with the bare essentials. Vios Club hopes to stress that point by mounting a car show that will feature the deadest stock Vios available to the most extremely modified one in their ranks.
Around 50 Vios cars owned by Vios Club members are expected to be on display and over a hundred more have confirmed their attendance.
What came to be the Vios Club started a year after the first generation Vios was launched in 2003 through an online group. The group's first meeting was attended by only four members but an active campaign and recruitment process since has paid off with 11,700 registered forum members. VCP also interacts with Vios-centric clubs across the ASEAN region, making the club's reach stretch across geographical boundaries.
While the Vios already has two generation models, VCP still acts as one group whose members continue to assist each other on car maintenance and modification.
VCP's fifth anniversary will be held at the Hobbies of Asia, The Concept Mall along the Diosdado Macapagal Boulevard in Pasay City on July 4.