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Fishtailing. The whipping of the backend of a vehicle from left to right to left, and such. It is an extremely scary thing, as it is both unpredictable and very hard to correct once the oscillation gets started.
This is what greeted visitors of the 35th Thailand International Motor Expo held at the Bangkok Impact Challenger facility. We weren’t exactly expecting that. The Motor Expo in Bangkok is one of the larger and more important of the Thai automotive fairs, and is considered to be one of “quality over quantity.” Don’t get […]
The most telling thing that happened during the days that Ducati Philippines was running a series of track days and rides was not technology—or speed, or passion, or design.
Our automotive world is increasingly quick. We, as consumers, demand a lot—and we want it fast.
What is artificial intelligence and why is it important? Besides acting as a replacement for where humans are sorely lacking of course.
You are told in business school to create your product name to be clear and communicative.
The new Jaguar E-Pace is a rather bold attempt at a vehicle by a company known mainly for beautifully curvaceous sports cars and sedans.
If we think it’s a bit hard to explain the new Lexus ES 350, imagine how hard it is for Lexus to decide what changes to make for a car that pretty much sets the standards for a lot of things.
The International Engine of the Year Awards have space for both innovation and enthusiasm.
Porsche makes the extremely desirable GT3 even more so—by making you work.