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3-wheeled EVs to serve BGC employees

EMI president Elizabeth H. Lee drives an e-shuttle, one of seven that will be used to shuttle thousands of The Net Group employees in BGC.

Phililppine electric vehicle (EV) maker EMotors Inc. (EMI) will soon provide three-wheeled ZuM passenger shuttles to staff, officers and tenants of the Net Park and Net Lima buildings of The Net Group (TNG) at the Bonifacio Global City (BGC) in Taguig City.

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Leaf crowns tall Nissan ‘electric tree’

It may surprise some that the use of electric energy to propel cars is both current and old. Auto historians have documented how electric cars—prototype and experimental—have been in existence as early as the 1830s, and street-legal electric cars were being used by the public, sold by an Englishman named Thomas Parker in 1884 and 1885.

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Will Nissan PH plug us in?

The Nissan Leaf is named so simply that the public often overlooks the complexity of its history.

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Will Nissan PH take that ‘Leaf’ of faith?

Chiba, Japan—As this contingent of motoring media from the Philippines arrived in this city yesterday to witness the launch of the re-designed, next-generation Nissan Leaf on Sept. 6 at the Makuhari Messe (simultaneously in Las Vegas), this author couldn’t help but feel an overwhelming sense of longing.

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Former LTFRB chair: ‘It’s all about money’

In the end, it all boiled down to cold, hard cash. Early afternoon yesterday, transport network company Uber attempted to cut short by 15 days a 30-day suspension by paying the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) P190 million.

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With CR-V diesel launch, are buyers ‘over the moon’?

Honda diehards must have been squirming in their seats prior to the historic launch of the premium Japanese marque’s first diesel-powered automobile in the Philippines. What’s taking Honda so long in introducing their own diesel-powered vehicles?

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Lexus Manila unveils another definite head-turner

The Lexus marque has gone a long way since it first came out as a “performance project” from automotive giant Toyota via the LS 400 in 1989. That “F1” or “Flagship One” project, which resulted in the creation of the LS 400, though still viewed as “conservative” or “bland” in design by automotive experts, signaled the start of a succession of premium and performance car rollouts.

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5 Mazda2 units and Jinba Ittai energize AAP’s motorsport program

Take a closer look at the Mazda logo. Everything about it signifies the start of an exciting event, like a majestic bird poised for high-altitude flight.

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The Uber/Grab conundrum: 8 Qs remain unanswered

Grabbing an Uber-safe and convenient ride using a smartphone app has never been easier (pun intended).

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Oshikiri is new Mitsubishi PH chief

Mid-term of this year will go down in Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corp.’s history as one of its busiest ever.

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Oct 18, 2017

It's not often that one is given an invitation to visit Rolls-Royce, purveyors of one of the best, if

Oct 11, 2017

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