• National Automotive Policy draft tomorrow

    There are a lot of people who feel that we just shouldn’t have had an automotive industry in the first place. Since Proton’s birth in 1983, the normal rakyat with average income have been forced […]


  • Lotus Exige Espionage

    Lotus and Gieves & Hawkes have partnered up to release this special edition of the Lotus Exige sports car called the Lotus Exige Espionage.


  • MITI: Proton free to source from any vendor

    MITI: Proton free to source from any vendor

    Deputy International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Mah Siew Keong has issued a response to Datuk Shahrir’s comment on local content in Proton cars. The Government encourages Proton to use as much local content as […]


  • Audi Shooting Brake Concept

    Audi presents the Shooting Brake Concept at the Tokyo Motor Show 2005. The Shooting Brake Concept inplements design elements of both a coupe and a hatchback into one.


  • Nissan Moco

    Nissan shows it’s Nissan Moco Preview positioned as a driver’s ‘best friend’ which helps him or her enjoy his everyday life like a best friend should.


  • Shahrir: Reduce local content if not competitive

    Shahrir: Reduce local content if not competitive

    Datuk Shahrir Abdul Samad, chairman of the Backbencher’s Club says if high local content is making Proton not competitive, local content should be reduced. “If AFTA requires only 40 percent local content, there is no […]


  • 2006 Toyota Ractis

    Toyota had just launched this new model in Japan earlier this month on 8-10 October 2005. The Toyota Ractis is a compact mini-MPV class of car. Quite similiar to the Toyota Passo/Daihatsu Boon/Perodua Myvi type […]


  • European manufacturers to go the turbocharged way

    European carmakers feel that turbocharged small engines are the way of the future, to increase fuel economy and reduce emmissions. Instead of using a big normally aspirated engine, a small capacity engine with a turbocharger […]



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