2020 Toyota Corolla Cross

Toyota Corolla Cross – first ever SUV variant for the model line

In the 54-year history of the Toyota Corolla, there have been different bodystyle variants which, in a way, reflected  consumer tastes and requirements of the difference periods. The model started off with a 2-door and 4-door sedan and a stationwagon, the 4-door variant being the most popular by far. Then there was the Liftback, which […]

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Proton launches special edition model to celebrate 35th anniversary of Saga

To celebrate the 35th anniversary of the Proton Saga today, the carmaker has produced a special edition and only 1,100 units will be available, each priced at RM39,300 without insurance. While the price is the same as that of the Saga Premium version, there are extra accessories and special aesthetic treatment to make the special […]

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Proton Saga 35

LOOKING BACK – Remembering the birth of the Proton Saga and what it meant to the nation

Although I’ve reported on many cars having anniversaries during the 43 years I’ve been a motoring journalist, the 35th anniversary of the Proton Saga today is one that is special. As a Malaysian, the creation of the first National Car was a significant development in the industry that I have been covering. It took the […]

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Mercedes-Benz MBUX

Mercedes-Benz starts preview of next S-Class with details of new MBUX

As with some of its recent models, Mercedes-Benz is previewing the next generation of the S-Class (W223) in stages which highlight new features and innovations. First on the list is the new MBUX – Mercedes-Benz User EXperience – which goes into the second generation just two years after first being offered. The new infotainment system […]

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Morgan ends steel chassis models after 84 years

The Morgan Motor Company, one of the few historical British car companies still in business, has completed production of its last-ever steel chassis car. This is a significant development because it is the longest-ever running production car architecture of all time, anywhere in the world – 84 years (with the exception of the war years […]

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2020 Rolls-Royce Wraith Kryptos

50 Rolls-Royce owners will have a special challenge with their cars

This afternoon, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars unveiled a new series of cars from its Bespoke Collective range which come with something unusual – cryptic messages are hidden behind a unique Rolls-Royce cipher! This new generation of Collection Car is one that will bring with it an intriguing, entertaining and exclusive challenge for the owners of the […]

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2021 Lexus LS

Lexus flagship gets updated with more advanced safety systems

Three years into its product cycle, the fifth generation of the LS, flagship of the Lexus range, has received its first update which, besides cosmetic changes, see the introduction of Lexus Teammate advanced driver assist technologies. Towards autonomous motoring Lexus Teammate is another step towards autonomous motoring and is based on the Mobility Teammate Concept. […]

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Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione

LOOKING BACK – The Significance of the Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione

Alfa Romeo celebrates its 110th anniversary this year and among the many models of significance in its history is the 8C Competizione. A return to the roots of Alfa Romeo and a testbed for the future, it was created in the middle of a process of reorganisation in the automotive sector as it prepared to […]

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Aston Martin DB5 Goldfinger Edition

First ‘Goldfinger’ Aston Martin completed, priced at RM17.7 million (w/VIDEO)

55 years after the last new Aston Martin DB5 left the production line in England, a brand new unit of the same car has done the same thing. It is the first of only 25 cars that the carmaker is making as part of its Continuation programme. Each car will take around 4,500 hours to […]

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