Author: Ernest

Porsche Taycan completes final test prior to world debut

The all-new, all-electric Porsche Taycan is preparing for its world premiere on 4 September with a 24-hour test at the Nardo high speed test in Italy. This final test of the Taycan covered 3,425 kilometers. The total distance covered is roughly a run from the south of Italy to the top most of Norway’s city of Trondheim. The average speed was between 195 –  215 km/h, with peak temperatures of 42 degrees Celsius and a track temperature of up to 54 degrees Celsius. The test was carried out without interruptions, as the prototype Taycan merely had to pause for... Read More

Essential accessories and gadgets for your Car

If you’re driving an older vehicle or anything pre-2013, then you’ll probably be in need of some trendy or cool gadgets and accessories to liven up your cabin and make each drive more fulfilling. Certain accessories and gadgets are essentials for any car. From practical items to not-so-practical items, the essentials can assist to make your time on the road fun. Meantime, the non-essentials are probably just nice to look at. For whatever reasons, people In this country are just crazy about customizing their cars. From fancy accessories, gadgets to colors inside and out, some may go overboard with... Read More

Aston Martin Valkyrie and Valhalla showcased in Monterey

The two Aston Martin hypercars Valkyrie and Valhalla have taken flight at the brand’s test facility in Silverstone. The Valhalla is driven for the first time since conceptualization and has made its North American debut at Monterey Car Week last weekend. The Valkyrie previously made debut at the F1 British Grand Prix, driven by Aston Martin’s official tester Chris Goodwin. The Aston Valhalla was showcased alongside the Valkyrie in Monterey. Both ground-breaking models were born from Aston Martin’s collaboration with Red Bull Advanced Technologies. The Valkyrie delivered its stunning debut during the F1 British Grand Prix in mid-July, in... Read More

A6 joins new Audi line-up in Malaysia

After the Q range, A7 Sportback and A8 L, it’s time for the Audi A6 in eight-generation guise to shine on its Malaysian debut.   View Gallery In looks, the A6 shares plenty of similarities with the A7 and the obvious difference is likely nitty-gritty stuff and the price tag. As a business class sedan, you’ll get a long hood, long wheelbase and shorthangs; a thing in automobiles these days. Its overall dimensions are extended compared to its predecessor. Then there’s the low-slung Singleframe grille, flat headlights with Matrix LEDs and contoured air inlets. The profile is defined by... Read More

Review: New Mazda3

Is the premium price tag on the latest Mazda3 justified? When you talk about the Mazda3, people automatically relates to  a sporty looking sedan or hatchback that has always been the left field choice for buyers who didn’t want the common Honda Civic or Toyota Altis. To continue the charge, Mazda Malaysia brought forth  the Mazda3 CBU unit,  with a somewhat hefty price tag. We’re here to try to answer the question whether is the price tag justifiable? View gallery If you don’t know much about cars, you may not spot the difference between the current Mazda3 from the... Read More

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