• Chevrolet Captiva Sport unveiled in Europe

    Chevrolet has released this kitted up Chevrolet Captiva in the European market, and it is called rather predictably: the Chevrolet Captiva Sport. The Captiva Sport is basically your run of the mill Captiva mechanically, with […]

     


  • Nissan Bluebird Sylphy spotted in Malaysia

    Reader Chris sent in these photos of several Nissan Bluebird Sylphy units spotted in Segambut. The cars have their badges taped up and bear trade plates. ETCM must be doing local road tests, which could […]

     


  • Ford Verve Sedan Concept unveiled in China

    There are now two Ford Verve Concepts, with the latest addition being a 4-door notchback recently unveiled at the 2007 Guangzhou International Auto Show, rather befitting as apparently the Chinese love notchbacks. This small B-segment […]

     


  • Woolsey: Hydrogen single worst decision in years

    Car manufacturers who have been advocating going the hydrogen and fuel cell way have just been slammed by the chairman of the Clean Fuels Foundation, James Woolsey. “Hydrogen and fuel cells are not the way […]

     


  • MIER: Brace for petrol hike of 30 to 40 sen!

    The Malaysian Institute of Economic Research (MIER) forecasts a petrol price increase of between 30 to 40 sen after the general elections, based on rising costs of fuel subsidies which have amounted to about RM35 […]

     


  • The Kia Rio Hybrid in action

    Kia Motors will supply the Korean Ministry an additional 3,390 hybrid vehicles over the next two years, which includes the Kia Rio Hybrid shown in this post. This is part of an on-going “real-world” test […]

     



  • Kia Mohave: Korean domestic market Borrego

    No, Kia did not put the Kia Mojave pick-up truck concept into production. This new large SUV from Kia is called the Kia Mohave, and it is basically the Korean domestic market version of the […]

     


 
 
 

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Last Updated 01 Jun 2019



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