• Crash Test Results Display

    If you’ve noticed, vehicle safety seems to be dominating the topic of my blog posts for a while now. Car manufacturers and consumers are becoming increasingly safety-conscious, taking into account crash test results when purchasing […]

     



  • GM sells Subaru shares to Toyota

    General Motors is selling it’s 20% stake in Fuji Heavy Industries at significant loss at about USD$ 735 million, compared to the USD$ 1.3 billion it paid in the year 2000.

     


  • Petrol up 87% in Indonesia

    Indonesia raised it’s fuel prices almost 87 percent yesterday in efforts to revive it’s economy as oil subsidies took up more than 25% of Indonesia’s yearly budget. Naturally such a ridiculously high hike in such […]

     



  • Porsche shares down

    Porsche shares dropped more than 10% after it announced plans to raise stakes in Volkswagen AG to 20% from the 5% it holds currently. Looks like investors are not as confident of Porsche’s plan as […]

     


  • SEAT in hot soup?

    Volkswagen is in crisis lately, hit by a strong Euro and weak sales. Some of it’s measures to counter this are plans to cut down it’s workforce by almost 10,000 German jobs, which could make […]

     



  • 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 […]

     


  • 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 01 Jun 2019



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