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Leading truck body builder Centro Manufacturing Corporation has partnered with Japan’s and the world’s number one wing van manufacturer, Nippon Fruehauf Company Ltd. to locally manufacture and assemble the wing van. For this, Centro has recently inaugurated its new manufacturing and assembling facility in its plant at Marilao, Bulacan in the presence of DTI secretary […]
Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc. (HARI), the official distributor of Hyundai vehicles in the Philippines, brought together experts from the automotive industry and thought leaders from private businesses and multi-lateral organizations in a groundbreaking knowledge forum, dubbed the Hyundai Innovation Congress (iCON), aimed to generate a new culture of innovation in the industry. With the […]
This weekend, Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) held its Isuzu Truck Fest showcasing its latest truck line-up at the SMX Convention Center in Pasay City, IPC’s truck display bares its core values of dependability, durability and reliability. It is with these same core values that IPC came up with a Jeepney concept which will hopefully replace […]
Volkswagen Philippines and Grand Canyon Multi-Holdings, Inc. launched recently the Iloilo dealership at the upper ground level of SM Iloilo along Benigno Aquino Sr. Avenue. Volkswagen Iloilo is the result of a partnership between Volkswagen Philippines and GCMI, a successful automotive and car parts dealer established in 2005 which now has seven other dealerships in […]
Amidst the increasingly intense discussions surrounding the inevitable replacement of some 350,000 fifteen-year old jeepneys around the country, the Electric Vehicle Association of the Philippines (EVAP) has expressed its optimism about catching even just a small chunk of the huge volume to replace them with electric jeepneys. EVAP President Rommel Juan says that EVAP believes […]
In case you are wondering why some of the malls in the metro have muscle cars and super cars parked near their cinemas, it’s not a car show but a teaser display for the premiere weekend of the eighth installment of the Fast and Furious movie franchise.
It seems like the penchant for anything and everything automotive still holds strong, and the recently concluded Manila International Auto Show (MIAS) was a testament to our love for cars.
Around this time of the year, Motul PH preps up its annual pilgrimage to the Manila International Auto Show (MIAS), lining up some of the show’s best cars for the country’s biggest annual motoring mecca. As always, Motul PH never ceases to amaze the crowd with rarely seen collector sports cars at the MIAS. Here’s […]
Subaru Philippines has launched the all-new Impreza sedan at the 2017 Manila International Auto Show (MIAS). The show runs from March 30 to April 2 at the World Trade Center, Pasay City. The all-new Impreza is the first vehicle to use the Subaru Global Platform, an advanced chassis that promises better driving performance and handling, […]
This might be unfamiliar to many, but Mitsubishi was the first Japanese company to produce a mass-production car. From shipbuilding to aviation to cars, Mitsubishi’s automotive story began in 1917 when Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Co., LTD introduced its very first car, the Mitsubishi Model A. It was primarily designed to be a luxury vehicle for government officials. The Model A also became the first mass-production car in Japan. This year marks the 100th year of Mitsubishi in Japanese automotive history.