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In today’s automotive scene, the market is slowly becoming more focused. The biggest segment belongs to the A and B cars (think Toyota Vios and Wigo, Honda City and Brio, Nissan Almera, etc.).
The International Engine of the Year Awards have space for both innovation and enthusiasm.
Over the course of 14 years writing about cars, I have driven a handful of Italian machines. All have been truly memorable: Ferrari, Lamborghini, and Maserati.
At the recently concluded Mazda Pan Pacific Tech Forum, journalists from all over the Asean region were given a briefing of Mazda’s latest development, the SkyActiv-X engine, featuring the company’s SPCCI or spark controlled compression ignition.
Maybe it’s because of age, but I have an honest confession to make as a car guy: I love MPVs. They are easy to get in and out of, thanks to the taller-than-a-sedan ride height, which offers a better view of the road ahead, thanks, yet are easier on the knees compared to an SUV. […]
The Porsche Macan and I have very fond memories. I was first able to sample the car in early 2015 during an exclusive drive around Baden-Wurttemburg in Germany a few months prior to its Asian release.
Porsche makes the extremely desirable GT3 even more so—by making you work.
Rolls-Royce had been coy during the last few years about the development of their first proper off-road vehicle.
The C-segment sedan category is very much a dying breed. In fact, this segment struggles to sell in the thousands per month. In contrast, a Toyota Vios sells thrice as many units a month than this entire segment combined over the same period. How’s that for perspective? Some cars have dared to inject life back […]
Last April, my husband and I attended the Entrepreneurs Organization’s Global Leadership Conference (EOGLC) in Toronto.