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As part of its much anticipated festive campaign, national oil company, PETRONAS today showed off its fresh TV commercial for Chinese New Year titled ‘Rubber...

Mercedes-Benz Malaysia awarded the first batch of 11 students from the National Youth Skills Training Institute (IKBN) with a certification of completion following a...

The festive season is upon us again and this time it's a long one; taking 3 days' leave effectively gets you a 9-day break....

Jules Bianchi. Henry Surtees. Maria De Villota. Justin Wilson. Dan Wheldon. These are some of the racing drivers who, in recent years, have succumbed...

UMW Toyota Motor will be going back into motorsports according to Datuk Ismet Suki, President of UMW Toyota Motor Sdn Bhd. The re-entry into...

Datuk Ismet Suki, President of UMW Toyota Motor Sdn Bhd announced late last week that the company will be introducing the new Hilux pickup...

The new Lotus Evora 400 that was first seen in the 2015 Geneva Motor Show has been introduced to the Malaysian market by Lotus Cars Malaysia, a subsidiary of Proton Holdings Bhd. “We are glad that the Lotus Evora 400 has entered the Malaysian market as it is the fastest road-going Lotus car that we have ever produced. This car delivers not only a supercar look but definitely a supercar performance as well,” said Dato’ Abdul Harith Abdullah, Chief Executive Officer, Proton Holdings Berhad. The latest and greatest supercar from the Lotus stable is much faster and dynamically more capable than the preceding Lotus Evora. The Evora 400 accelerates to 100km/h in 4.2 seconds and has a maximum speed of 300km/h. More than two-thirds of the Evora 400 is new, including its supercharged and charge-cooled mid-mounted 3.5L V6 engine with output of 400hp and 410Nm of torque. Built on a new aluminium chassis, it also incorporates a new interior while the lightweight composite body has changed significantly both front and rear. With careful and clever design, the new Evora 400 had its kerb weight reduced by 42kg over the previous. This weight reduction coupled with more power means more agility and speed which allowed the car to lap the challenging Lotus test track in Hethel, UK, 7 seconds faster than the previous model. To commemorate its launch in Malaysia, Lotus Cars Malaysia is offering a promotion package for the Evora 400 which includes 3 years’ warranty, 2 years’ free service, a one time experience at the Lotus Driving Academy and automatic membership to the distinguished Lotus Official Club Malaysia (LOCM). The Evora 400 retails from RM597,999 for the base...

BMW Group Malaysia has launched the all-new 6th generation 7 Series with the tagline "Driving Luxury" that represents exclusivity, performance and luxury. The latest...

International tyre manufacturer and automotive supplier Continental is guaranteeing its latest products by offering an extended casing warranty in the Malaysian market with the “C3 - The ContiCasing Warranty”, the first tyre manufacturer in the country to provide this extended warranty to its truck tyre customers.  The C3 warranty provides truck tyre customers with the promise that a Continental tyre will last 3 lives, first as a new tyre and then subsequently over two retread lives. This means a new truck tyre can last up to 6 years when retreaded by Continental or one of its ContiLifeCycle partners. “There is no better way to stand by our products than to offer our customers this enhanced C3 warranty as a promise of durability and longevity,” said Mr. Cameron Wilson, Managing Director, Continental Tyre Malaysia. Should the new tyre require an adjustment, Continental will provide a concessional replacement subjected to terms in the agreement. The first retread life of the tyre, which is also the tyre’s second life, will be adjusted on 60% of the new tyre price. The second retread life, which is the tyre’s third life, will be adjusted on 15% of the new tyre price. All adjustments will be made by Continental, subject to the...

"Smartphones? What do smartphones have to do with cars?", you ask. Well, everything. For one, the 2 biggest smartphone operating system developers Google and...