Toyota introduced to the market its AUV, the Toyota Tamaraw FX Revo in 1998. It is also referred to as an Asian Sport Utility Vehicle. It was developed in 1997 and later on sold in 1998. It has the same platform and chassis as the Toyota Hilux and Hiace. After the Toyota Revo, there were two generations that came after, the Tamaraw and Tamaraw FX. Its body style was retained and changes were only on the additional trims and refreshings. Toyota Revo together with its competitors took over the passenger car group in 2001. Under the Toyota group is the Corolla and another competitor is the Honda Civic. The Toyota Revo or the Revo got its name from the word ‘revolution,’ according to an ad. The Revo can accommodate 10 people with two engines to choose from: 1.8 gasoline engine and 2.4 diesel engine. The 2.4 diesel engine is a popular choice for the Revo. Before the Revo terminated its production in 2005, the top variants the VX200 and the VX240 got leather upholstery and double DVD monitors. The last Toyota Revo was produced in February 2005. Currently, Toyota offers the Avanza, Rush, and Innova MPVs to serve as the brand’s people-haulers.