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Malaysia’s auto industry needs to take a leaf from China’s new auto policy

China on April 18, relaxed its automotive trade restrictions that required foreign car makers to have local partners. Electric vehicle (EV) makers, especially Tesla, will…

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The wealthy become the early adopters?

Electric cars are entering our lives, like how internal combustion engines gradually replaced horses and bullock carts. On Thursday April 12, Mercedes-Benz Malaysia (MBM) introduced…

A call to help

Off-roaders offer a unique solution to assist people living in normally inaccessible areas. Apart from conducting relief work during and after seasonal floods, many Malaysian…

Major sales success at the 39th Bangkok International Motor Show 2018

The 39th Bangkok International Motor Show 2018 (BIMS), which ended on Sunday 8 April recorded a high number of vehicle bookings at 42, 499 units,…

Pulling away in the EV movement

Thailand plans to introduce 1,000 pure electric vehicles (EVs) to Bangkok by 2019. The Department of Land Transport has selected BYD’s e6 as its official…

Retro Havoc 2017 to Set a New Record

Retro Havoc 2017 aims to gather more than 850 cars and make it into the Malaysia Book of Records. An automotive-sport event that gathers all kinds…

B10 Biodiesel Impresses in 1,060km Test from Bintulu to Kundasang

The Trans Borneo Expedition is legendary, with a lineage dating from the late 1980s when a group of Kuala Lumpur and Sabah 4×4 enthusiasts drove…

Events galore at My Auto Fest

Promises to be a pleasurable family outings MAJOR car brand owners are topping the list of participants in the My Auto Fest 2016 sales carnival…

My Auto Fest 2016 receives strong industry support

The  sales oriented My Auto Fest  show organised by the Malaysian Automotive Association (MAA) is receiving strong support from leading car brand owners. “We have…