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GENEVA — If you like gawking at breathtaking sports cars with enormous engines, flowing aerodynamics and expensive carbon fiber bodies, then you are in the right place at the Geneva International Motor Show. If you want to do more than look, however, bring money. Lots and lots of money. The Geneva show is a traditional […]
What a difference six years make! In September 2013 when the Volkswagen brand was relaunched by Ayala Corporation’s Automobile Central Enterprise, Inc. (now AC Automotive), ACEI president John Philip Orbeta said, “What’s made in China stays in China.”
Tesla has announced that a new Model 3 base model has arrived, and just as Elon Musk promised months ago, it will retail for $35,000 ($1.8 million).
This photo, taken from footage recorded via a dashboard cam shows a Reinalyn bus hitting other cars on the Alabang-Zapote Road in Las Piñas. (From a video taken by MIKHAIL ARGEL TAN) MANILA, Philippines — A Reinalyn Bus caused five-car pileup on the Alabang-Zapote Road in Las Piñas on Tuesday night. A video posted on […]
As local vehicle assemblers ended 2018 with a 16 percent decline, selling just 357,410 units compared to the 425,673 units in 2017, members of the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines Inc. (Campi) and the Truck Manufacturers Association Inc. (TMA) are making sure to get to a hot start this early in the year. […]
PGA Cars recently gathered the best luxury premium brands Porsche, Audi, Lamborghini, and Bentley to drive up north for the much-awaited World of Supercars.
Ferrari’s chief executive officer confirmed a couple of weeks ago that a hybrid supercar will debut this year.
Every new vehicle model arrives with the aim of being the best in its segment.
The year 2018 was a year most of the folks in the auto industry were happy that it came and went. Burdened with economic worries like inflation and additional taxes, the automotive economy shrank by about 15 percent, or some 72,000 units, compared to 2017.
Toyota Motor Philippines Corporation (TMP) unveiled the 2019 RAV4 last Friday, and projected an average of 100 units rolling out of dealerships every month this year.