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2021 Lexus LM350: ultra-posh Alphard now open for booking in Malaysia

Malaysians love the Toyota Alphard. It's the staple people mover of the Klang Valley's upper class, even in the most affluent households you know are financially capable of maintaining a fleet of Merc S-Classes, with a dedicated chauffeur for each limo. The notion that bigger is still better still holds some water in this part of the globe. And the...

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Uber sells self-driving cars to focus on profits

Uber is selling its driverless car subsidiary to start-up Aurora Technologies, abandoning a unit that Uber's founder once hailed as critical to the future of the firm. Aurora, founded in 2017, said the deal will help it "accelerate" its mission to make self-driving cars a reality. Uber will invest $400m in the Amazon-backed company, giving it a 26% stake. Its...

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Japan Aims To Eliminate Petrol Vehicles By Mid-2030s, Boost Green Growth

The "green growth strategy," targeting the hydrogen and auto industries, is meant as an action plan to achieve Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga's October pledge to eliminate carbon emissions on a net basis by 2050. Japan aims to eliminate petrol-powered vehicles in the next 15 years, the government said on Friday in a plan to reach net zero carbon emissions and...

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Toyota has produced a unique version of its Supra 2021, a variant with a Targa-type roof, as part of this year's SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association) show, taking place virtually due to the pandemic. The Supra Sport Top model pays tribute to the A80 Supra of the 1990s. Asked if there was any hope for a production version one day,...

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Final Volkswagen e-Golf rolls off production line as firm ramps up ID.3

Volkswagen has announced that production of the e-Golf electric hatchback has ended. Launching at a similar time to the e-Up!, the e-Golf was one of Volkswagen’s first battery-powered models, being based on the seventh-generation version of the brand’s best-selling Golf. While debuting at a time when EVs were in their infancy, the e-Golf continued to rise in popularity year after...

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Big Surprise: The Toyota GR Yaris Is Supremely Quick Around a Racetrack

Being a real rally homologation, the Toyota GR Yaris has some impressive specifications. Under the hood sits a 257-horsepower turbocharged inline-three, sending power to all four wheels via a trick all-wheel-drive system with limited-slip differentials at both ends. With that kind of equipment under the hood, you'd expect it to be quick around a racetrack. And it is.

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Infiniti's Formula One role ends after 10 years

Infiniti has decided to finally pull the plug on its Formula One sponsorship program after a 10-year run. The automaker will cut ties with the sport at the end of 2020 in order to refocus its resources on renewing its aging lineup and regaining lost ground in its key markets of North America and China, where F1's appeal is still...

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McLaren Built the 218-MPH Sabre With Direct Customer Feedback

The fastest two-seat McLaren ever made goes 218 mph, was designed with input directly from customers and… is all sold out. The new McLaren Sabre is likely based on the formerly world-beating Senna two-seater, but more power and better aerodynamics mean the Sabre is the new crowned king of McLaren supercars. McLaren Special Operations in Woking, UK made the limited...

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Ssangyong is bankrupt

Ssangyong is now at the cliff’s edge. After failing to repay its creditors, as well as not getting fresh equity from parent company Mahindra last April, the company recently filed for bankruptcy. The company filed for Chapter 11 after defaulting on loan payments that amount to KRW 100 billion (around PhP 4.3 billion). The automaker failed to extend its deadline...

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Here’s How To Operate The Bronco Sport’s Handy Cargo Management System

It wasn't too long ago when the term "management system" strictly referred to company software. Now the colloquialism has expanded to include everything from taking out the trash and organizing our closets to scheduling (old-schoolers call them daytimers) and even toilets (Seriously!). Keeping up with the trend, the astute brain trust at Ford has come up with a detailed Cargo...

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These Bugatti-Branded Speakers Redefine What High-End Audio Systems Can Be

Automakers have an affinity for high-end audio systems and if you’re one of these audio product manufacturers, you’d want to score a big fish to add legitimacy to your brand. Well, there’s no bigger fish in the auto world than Bugatti, and the French hypercar maker has found its audio soulmate in Tidal Audio. Together, the two companies are launching...

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Aston Martin to end works Vantage sportscar team

Aston Martin will axe its FIA World Endurance Championship GT team for the 2021 season, with the firm instead supporting customer teams racing the Vantage GTE while focusing its works motorsport efforts on Formula 1. The British firm has maintained a manufacturer presence in the WEC’s GT division since the launch of the series in 2012, with its works team...

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Chevrolet Camaro Gen 6 May Be Produced Until 2026

Although unconfirmed, General Motors is expected to keep the sixth generation of the Camaro in production until 2026. This information comes courtesy of WhichCar, which doesn’t mention the source for this hearsay or why GM would push the pony car so far into the future. If the hearsay proves to be true, then you can expect a serious update of...

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Alpha Motor Corporation startup unveils new electric runabout

If you’re looking for an electric car with about 400 km of range, the acceleration time of a V6 Challenger, and more than a whiff of East German Trabant to its styling, a startup company from California (where else?) could have the answer for you. Or at least it might. In 2023. Hopefully. The machine you see here is the...

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Hyundai Is Reportedly Cooking Up A 2.3 I4 That Revs To 7000rpm

Hyundai‘s N division seems to have no interest in resting on its laurels, despite being in the midst of an all-out performance car assault that has already involved entires to multiple classes. Rumour has it the sub-brand will also soon have an all-new engine at its disposal, and so far, we like what we’re hearing. South Korean newspaper Kyunghyang Shinmun...

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Nuro gets first California OK to charge money for self-driving services

Robotics company Nuro on Wednesday received the first-ever permit to commercially deploy its self-driving vehicles in California, allowing the Silicon Valley firm to charge clients for its driverless delivery service. Relying on a remote human operator — who could control multiple autonomous vehicles from miles away — is a step that allows a path to profitability in the emerging field...

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The GMC HUMMER EV’s design visually communicates extreme capability, reinforced with rugged architectural details that are delivered with a premium, well-executed and appointed interior.


When the GMC Hummer EV made its debut back in October, it arrived with quite a bit of fanfare. Not only is this the first electric pickup to be offered by one of America’s legacy automakers, but it just so happens to have 1,000 horsepower and 1,000 lb-ft of torque on tap. That said, the only way to get a...

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VW is launching ID.4 electric SUV on up-front value and ownership costs, not tech potential

Those who consider Tesla vehicles are likely to encounter the selling point—either from fans or at stores—that their vehicle won’t be out-of-date, and that there’s value in its upgradability over time. While that argument might help sell vehicles to tech mavens, families are still going to be focused on the hard and fast ownership-cost numbers, which Volkswagen recently outlined is...

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2021 Mercedes E-Class the Latest Benz to Lose Its Hood Ornament

Hood ornaments are dying. They have been for a long time, due to both safety concerns and automotive fashion trends. Jaguar laid down its leaper years ago, Lincoln's crosshair thing was shot down years back, and Cadillac's ornate wreath crest fell off its vehicles' hoods and into the grille decades ago (then lost its wreath!). Mercedes-Benz remains one of the...

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Once-in-a-lifetime JDM barn find: 1973 Nissan “Kenmeri” Skyline GT-R

Everyone dreams of opening up a garage door to find a long forgotten car hidden under a layer of dust and junk. It is the same as finding hidden treasure, but in the form of a Hemi Cuda or a big-block Cobra. The reality is that stumbling across a neglected car of that caliber is extremely uncommon. If you’re a...

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Hyundai Austria Leaks Specs of Upcoming 2022 Ioniq 5 EV

Hyundai's consumer website in Austria leaked details about the upcoming 2022 Ioniq 5 electric vehicle. The site shared details about the compact hatchback's European WLTP-cycle range of 280 miles, 313 horsepower, and a claimed zero-to-62-mph time of 5.2 seconds. We're expecting the Ioniq 5 to resemble the Hyundai 45 concept vehicle and to be unveiled in early 2021.

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First Aston Martin DBS Superleggera Concorde Edition revealed

Aston Martin has revealed the first DBS Superleggera Concorde Edition – a unique version of the British brand’s flagship GT car, designed to mark the golden anniversary of Concorde’s first flight. Production of the special edition model will be limited to just 10 units. The DBS Superleggera Concorde was commissioned by Aston Martin’s dealership in Bristol, which is little more...

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2021 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup revealed – first 992-generation 911 racer previews road-going GT3

Porsche has unveiled its 992-generation 911 GT3 Cup, an all-new competition racer featuring a complete design overhaul with improved performance and a focus on reduced running costs. The new GT3 will initially race in Porsche’s Mobil 1 Supercup from the beginning of the 2021 season before racing in international GT3 Cup championships from across the world. The new 992-generation model...

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BMW Quietly Adds Front-Wheel-Drive 2 Series Gran Coupe To US Lineup

The BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe went on sale in the US this year with two engine options and all-wheel drive as standard. Buyers in Europe, though, could choose from either front- or all-wheel drive and both of those gas engine options, plus an available diesel. Now it appears BMW is expanding its 2 Series GC lineup in the US...

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