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I recently flew to Hong Kong to watch the fifth round of the ABB FIA Formula E Championship as a guest of Audi Philippines.
At the Singapore Auto Show early this year, the Philippine media had a sneak preview of the all-new Mazda 3 sedan.
Peugeot will always have a very special place in my heart. In 2016, Peugeot flew us to the Paris Motor show in France for the launch of the 3008, 5008, and Traveller van, followed by a unique and intensive brand immersion that truly allowed us to see what makes the proud French brand tick, why they design and engineer their cars as such, and why, as an automaker, they seem so foreign to us Filipinos weaned on generations of Japanese, American and Korean cars.
In a world awash with cross-overs and SUVs, it’s highly refreshing to strap yourself back into a no-nonsense sports sedan. Who better to demonstrate a fine example of the species than BMW, arguably the originators of this segment. The BMW 320d, resplendent in blue, looks awesome for lack of a better, more mature sounding adjective. […]
If you’ve ever had the opportunity to sit in, and especially drive, a Porsche, you’ll experience the feeling of being inside something solid, stable, and crucially, unbreakable.
A few years ago, I had the chance to visit Nissan’s all-new factory worth $360 million in Samut Prakarn, Thailand. We were getting a preview of the all-new Nissan Navara pickup, and Nissan was boasting of not just their new gem, but the facility’s new technology center as well. Then Nissan Pilipinas president Toti Zara […]
Last Sunday, Feb. 17, at around 3:20 p.m., businessman and avid race car driver and businessman Jose Luis Yulo was gunned down in an apparent hit.
The Honda Jazz started a revolution back in 2005 when it was launched. And I have a very personal relationship with it.
The Nissan R35 GTR and I share a somewhat serendipitous story. I was one of Nissan’s guests at the official media unveiling of the Nissan R35 GTR in October 2007, on the eve of that year’s Tokyo Motor Show.
It’s a little known fact with family and friends that I love the Porsche 911. Starting from the first water-cooled 996 model up until the present, I’ve driven almost all models on both road and track.