Copen GR Sport

Daihatsu Copen to be sold as Copen GR Sport in Japan, from RM92,000

Fans of the Japanese kei-cars will be familiar with the Daihatsu Copen, a compact model like a miniaturised roadster. Like the Suzuki Cappuccino, it was mainly for the Japanese domestic market although there were exports. The original Copen was on sale from 2002 to 2012 and then there was a lapse of 2 years before […]

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Isuzu D-Max wins ‘Pick Up of the Year’ award in the UK

Malaysia just witnessed the launch of the new 2019 Isuzu D-Max and it looks like the manufacturer is getting more recognition for its versatile pick up truck. This time, it’s in the UK where it was awarded its second consecutive award for the ‘Pick Up of the Year’ at the Commercial Fleet Awards.

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Advanced Accessory Concept Ranger

Customized Ford Rangers showcased at 2019 SEMA Show in Las Vegas

The Specialty Equipment Market Association show (SEMA) in Las Vegas is all about personalization. It’s an event that even carmakers attend to showcase what extremes their models can be taken to when it comes to adding accessories. Ford sees the automotive aftermarket space (in the USA) continuing to grow at a tremendous pace from powerful street […]

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2019 Porsche Taycan 4S

Porsche adds Taycan 4S to its first all-electric range of sportscars

It was only in September that Porsche’s first all-electric sportscar had its global debut – on 3 continents simultaneously – and now, the company is presenting the third version – the Taycan 4S. Puristic exterior design The clear, puristic design of the Taycan signals the beginning of a new era. At the same time, it […]

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Toyota LQ Concept can bond with drivers emotionally?

Toyota Motor Corporations has announced the “LQ”, a concept vehicle that has the advanced ability to build an ‘emotional bond’ between car and driver. That’s right, the next-generation Toyota “Concept-I” comes ready with automated driving capabilities and “Yui”, Toyota’s next-level AI that can learn from the driver and deliver a personalised mobility experience.

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Hyundai begins testing Level 4 Autonomous Driving in Europe

Hyundai Motors is currently pushing their technology prowess on autonomous driving capabilities with their Hyundai IONIQ model. Still in early stages, the hybrid sedan is currently being tested on European roads with Level 4 Autonomous Driving, which is only one level away from a car being completely autonomous in every situation.

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Isuzu D-MAX Gen3

All-new 3rd generation Isuzu D-MAX to go on sale next week in Thailand

It used to be that pick-up trucks would have a model cycle of at least 10 years – double that of passenger cars. And during that considerable length of time in the market, distributors would have to sustain interest by having limited editions periodically to refresh the looks, besides adding extra features. Today, though, competition […]

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The all-new Golf Mk 8

Volkswagen shows sketches of 2020 Golf Mk.8 to be unveiled on October 24

On October 24, Volkswagen will have the attention of the motoring world when it unveils the 8th generation of the Golf. The event will take place at its home city in Germany, Wolfsburg. Prior to the event in 12 days, the carmaker has released these sketches as teasers. One of the bestselling cars for decades, […]

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