• 2008 BMW V3

    Looks alot like a Honda Jazz isn’t it? It’s just concept art at the moment. The BMW V3 is based on the BMW X3 platform, and is a 6-seater people carrier.

     


  • 2008 BMW Z10 Supercar

    BMW’s last supercar was the M1 back in 1979. That car was the first car produced by BMW Motorsports, which makes the M cars like M3 and M5. The BMW M1 had a 3.5 litre […]

     


  • Volkswagen Passat Coupe

    Volkswagen will be developing a five-door coupe form factor version of it’s Volkswagen Passat to take on the Mercedes Benz CLS coupe.

     


  • Looking for a Mazda RX-7 FC

    A friend of mine is looking for a Mazda RX-7 FC. If you happen to know of any on sale, leave a comment or contact me via the contact form. Preferably 1989, with power steering, […]

     


  • Proton Satria Replacement Model Turbo

    I know many of you will be excited to see this as there has been no SRM spyshot updates in a long time. These Proton Satria Replacement Model spy photos were captured by spy auto […]

     


  • Nissan helps South Asia quake victims

    Nissan helps South Asia quake victims

    Nissan has pledged 10 million yen to victims in Pakistan of the South Asia quake. The money has been donated to the Japan Platform, a Non-profit Organisation that provides emergency relief in natural disaster and […]

     


  • New Nissan Sentra facelift in Malaysia

    UPDATE: Nissan Sylphy coming in Q2 2008 – Edaran Tan Chong Motor has announced that the new Nissan Sylphy will be available in Q2 2008. Click for more details. Nissan strikes back with it’s new […]

     


  • Volkswagen Golf Speed Special Edition

    This is a special edition of the Volkswagen Golf called the Volkswagen Golf Speed. Only 100 units will be built, and the car will only be available in two special Lamborghini colours called Giallo Midas […]

     



  • Proton, EON denies stake plans

    Proton, EON denies stake plans

    Proton and EON’s board have sent statements to Bursa Malaysia that their directors and major shareholders were not aware of any decision of Proton wanting to buy DRB-Hicom’s stake in EON. Source