• Legendary Japanese Sports Cars

    This will be a two-part installment, where first I will talk about the previous incarnations of these sports cars, and later I will introduce to you the new versions coming up soon.

     


  • Kleemann APs

    The government says that the number of Franchise APs given to recipients are only as much as car makes of the car franchise they can sell.

     


  • The Korean Advantage

    Hyundai builds 4 million vehicles annually today. By 2007, output is expected to be 5.5 million vehicles. Proton? Production is now shy of 200,000 cars a year. 178,431 sounds about right. Perodua? 113,431 vehicles. This […]

     


  • Porsche Panamera Confirmed

    Porsche has announced that it will build it’s Panamera in 2009. The Panamera is a cross-over, having four doors and a coupe-like roofline. A sketch from Porsche The car will be a front-engine rear-wheel drive […]

     


  • Honda Hybrid i-VTEC System

    Fuel efficiency and less pollution is all the rage these days with cars. Honda brings us their updated IMA (Integrated Motor Assist) system to the 2006 Civic Hybrid. The Hybrid i-VTEC system provides three stages […]

     


  • Badawi: “Proton CEO to be Malaysian”

    Hopes of Malaysians for a foreign CEO to steer Proton into a better era is dashed with this statement which our PM gave to Malaysian press during his 3-day visit to South Africa. On Tengku […]

     




  • 2006 Honda Civic Euro

    Here it is, the 2006 Honda Civic. It kind of reminds me of the Scion TC which is Toyota’s marque targetted at young buyers. The base model will come with a new 1.8 SOHC i-VTEC […]

     


  • Ford/Mazda Allow Deferred Payments in the USA

    Ford Credit and Mazda American Credit have announced that they will allow deferment of vehicle loan repayment for up to 2 payment cycles to the victims of Hurricane Dennis. “We are committed to our customers. […]

     


 
 
 

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Last Updated 22 Apr 2021