• Vehicles Stolen in Malaysia

    Statistics have shown that in the first six months this year alone, 35,888 vehicles were stolen, leading to RM357 million ringgit in losses.

     



  • Brabus Rocket CLS V12 S Biturbo

    I previously blogged about the Brabus E V12 Biturbo based on the new Mercedes E-class. Brabus brings us another luxurious monster at the Frankfurt Motor Show 2005. This is the Brabus CLS V12 S Biturbo […]

     


  • EDAG Show Car No 8

    EDAG Engineering + Design AG presents this car at the Frankfurt Motor Show 2005. It’s known as the EDAG Show Car No. 8.

     


  • How to solve Proton Gen2 door problem

    I found this little gem on the Cari Chinese forums. Forumer Blackgenius007 has a solution for Proton Gen2 owners who have trouble closing their Gen2 doors. It’s pretty common. The Gen2’s door cannot be closed […]

     


  • Government has no plans to abolish APs

    Deputy Minister of International Trade and Industry Datuk Ahmad Husni Hanadzlah has shed some light on the National Automotive Policy that is currently being formulated. He says there are no plans to abolish APs due […]

     


  • Visionary Vehicles to bring Chery to USA

    I previously blogged about China Pirates, where Chinese automobile makers were ripping off Japanese and other automobile manufacturers blatantly. Inside China they are virtually invulnerable. They rip off without a second thought, with the worst […]

     


  • Google Wifi

    Google has launched a free Wi-Fi service in San Fransisco. Together with it’s Wi-Fi service, it has also launched a free VPN service so that Wi-Fi users can encrypt their over-the-air data. Since their e-mail […]

     


  • Proton doing well in South Africa

    Proton seems to be doing well in South Africa. According to a report by Business Day, sales of Proton vehicles exceeded the Imperial Group’s optimistic forecasts after the launch of the marque in South Africa […]

     



 
 
 

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Last Updated 12 Oct 2019