• Toyota Aurion TRD – Australian Spec

    Australia is the land of kitted up mid-sized sedans. Toyota’s Aurion is basically our local Toyota Camry, and they have a TRD kit for it now. Someone enterprising should get some PU bodykits modelled after […]


  • US Bill 1640 to ban spinner wheels

    The city of New York has introduced a bill (S.B. 1640) to ban spinner hubcaps in the city. The S.B. 1640 bill calls for a fine of US$750 for the third violation onwards – two […]


  • Hyundai i30 photos leaked ahead of Geneva

    While Kia’s new cee’d series looks absolutely gorgeous, by Korean standards of course, and truly shows their advancement in the automtive industry… the same can’t be said of it’s group sibling Hyundai. The Hyundai i30 […]


  • Suzuki SX4 photos unveiled ahead of Geneva

    While spyshots of this car have already been available for quite some time, here are official images of the Suzuki SX4 Sedan, to be unveiled at the 2007 Geneva International Motor Show early March. Other […]


  • Chrysler CEO Tom LaSorda’s email to employees

    More updates on the potential break-up of American-German automotive giant DaimlerChrysler. DaimlerChrysler recently announced it might sell off the Chrysler group, viewed by some as going back on it’s word for commitment in making the […]


  • 2007 MINI Cooper D – diesel MINI moves up!

    Another new variant to the 2nd gen MINI range will be unveiled at Geneva 2007, this time an oil-burner: the 2007 MINI Cooper D. This turbodiesel MINI is Cooper badged, so drivers can expect a […]


  • 2007 MINI One to make 2007 Geneva debut

    One more addition to the new second generation R56 MINI family – the 2007 MINI One, which will make it’s debut at Geneva 2007 next month. The MINI One is the entry-level model into the […]


  • Potential Chrysler Suitors

    Ever since DaimlerChrysler announced that the sale of Chrysler and it’s brands (Dodge, Jeep) to another party is now an option, there has been plenty of rumours, supposed insider news as well as speculation on […]


  • DaimlerChrysler has eyes on weight reduction

    One disturbing trend for those concerned with both performance and fuel economy is that cars have gotten more and more heavier over the years. Compare the original Mk1 Golf GTI to the latest Mk5 version, […]