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A new hybreed of the Toyota Corolla Altis

The new Toyota Corolla Altis was launched the other day. What does this mean to the country? In many ways, nothing new. In other ways, something game-changing. The Philippines is a Toyota country. It’s also a very…

Lexus at 30

The world celebrates the milestones of the young brand. Around 30 years ago a lot of people in the automotive industry were pretty scared.…

Things are safer than they seem

Just the other day, I got a message from one of the C! Magazine guys. They were asking about whether we as a group should chase after the various viral posts that always get so much attention.…

Is there a future for the plug-in hybrid?

One thing we have learned over last year is that there is still a lot of confusion over what exactly all the power options for our cars really are, and how they differ. One particular area of…

International Engine of the Year: Big new winners, small old ones and record-breaking streaks

The International Engine (now with + POWERTRAIN) of the Year Awards has a wide array of winners, and almost all of them are fun to drive.…

The most well-rounded X5 ever

There has often been a love-hate relationship with the BMW X5. It came into the market early on, which was a bold move.…

Amazing visions of future mobility

The first ever Future Mobility of the Year Awards are announced.…

Future of mobility: Who will be moving us and how?

Much is said about mobility, and the future of mobility. It is a fairly common buzzword in the automotive industry.…

The latest Porsche 911 GT3 RS: drive or keep?

We tend to be asked this question in particular about specific vintage cars or the more modern Porsche GT cars. It is rather tough to answer.…

Huracán Evo: when Lamborghini tames the bull

  It is increasingly hard to talk about modern cars without going deep into the technical. The new Lamborghini Huracán Evo is a perfect example.   I could easily say it is better than ever, and that…