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  • The rise and revitalization of Mitsubishi's Ralliart beyond WRC and Dakar

    When it comes to falls from grace, millennial automotive enthusiasts would often mention one example – the death of the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution. From the 1990s to the 2000s, the Three Diamonds transformed an otherwise anonymous front-wheel drive (FWD) sedan into a gravel-spitting four-wheel drive (4WD) monster. The Lancer Evolution went through ten generations but throughout most of its 14 years, it was proving its excellence in the World Rally Championship (WRC). It may have only won 1 manu

    CY FoongCY Foong

    Apr 12, 2024

  • Watch: Mitsubishi Triton carries the torch of Ralliart alongside past masters like Lancer Evo and Pajero

    Ralliart is a name synonymous with Mitsubishi Motors’ epic motorsports heritage. Its exploits on gravel, tarmac, snow, sand, and a trail mix of everything began in the 1970s and continues today. In its latest video, Mitsubishi interviewed engineers from its humble beginnings in the World Rally Championship (WRC) to the present team behind the successful Asia Cross Country Rally (AXCR) outfit. Mitsubishi’s rise in international rallies started 50 years ago when Kenyan Joginder Singh took part in

    CY FoongCY Foong

    Apr 9, 2024

  • Get yourself a proper SUV: Subaru Forester GT Wild Lite Edition - When you need one car to do it all

    You can’t put a price on peace of mind. Amidst the myriad concerns that already occupy your mind, whether they pertain to your family, career, or general welfare, what you want is a car that functions as a reliable companion, unfaltering day in and day out. Reliability is a given, but more than that, you’d also want a car that can traverse through any terrain, offering reassurance in times of uncertainty. Picture a scenario where you embark on a brief excursion through unfamiliar routes. The roa

    ShaunShaun

    Apr 9, 2024

  • Build, break, build cars better: Toyota Technical Centre Shimoyama opens, Japan's answer to the Nürburgring

    Toyota Motor Corporation has announced the full commencement of operations at its newly established research and development facility, Toyota Technical Center Shimoyama, that aims to take a sustainable focus in developing the brand's new models. Yes, it is that Shimoyama referenced on the badge adorning the GR Yaris/GR Corolla's G16E-GTS' engine block. Also read: Review: The Toyota GR Corolla is the result of when heart and soul meets science The badge pays homage to the centre's main test track

    SanjaySanjay

    Apr 7, 2024

  • Staying stock: How this young lad restored his pre-facelift Proton Satria to fit his dream

    When the Proton Satria was first introduced in Malaysia 30 years ago, the current owner of this Cherating Green Satria wasn’t around yet. Shane is a 23-year-old university student who is simply passionate and knowledgeable about all things Satria and his car has its own social media channel! Meeting him in person and learning more about Satina the Satria was worth the trip to Shane’s hometown of Ipoh. Though some might see it as just a bone stock Satria, as Shane delved in more on Satina’s histo

    CY FoongCY Foong

    Mar 15, 2024

  • Did Marcello Gandini really help design the Perodua Kancil facelift?

    The automotive world is mourning the passing of one of the world’s most influential car designers, Marcello Gandini. He was 85 years old and was largely known for designing the world’s first supercar – the Lamborghini Miura. Gandini spent 14 years at famed Italian design studio, Bertone where he envisioned some of the sexiest Italian sports cars of the 1970s. Some of his famed works include the Lamborghini Countach, the De Tomaso Pantera, the Lancia Stratos, and the Alfa Romeo Montreal. The Tori

    CY FoongCY Foong

    Mar 14, 2024

  • Introducing the Alfa Romeo Tonale in Malaysia: Not the Alfa your dad told you about

    Alfa Romeo is a brand that is marked by a niche but passionate following in Malaysia, no less with a presence reaching back to the 1960s. However, it wasn’t without a chequered history of highs and lows, and a revolving door of local distributors that have all touted big plans only to fall short thereafter. The last was Sime Darby Auto Italia which dropped the brand back in 2013. With the recent establishment of Stellantis Malaysia, there are telltale signs that the brand will be relaunched in M

    ArvindArvind

    Mar 10, 2024

  • We took a spin (safely) at the old Sungai Besi runway for Volvo's Safety Driving Experience

    Volvo is a name that you would either associate with cars that resemble bricks or cars that emphasise safety. The Swedish carmaker would happily acknowledge both but it has gone over the whole brick joke a decade ago with its current line-up looking like smoothened-out ice cubes instead. However, safety has been a philosophy that Volvo proudly proclaims. Since Volvo’s engineer Nils Bohlin invented the 3-point seatbelt in 1959, Volvo has been at the forefront of automotive safety innovation. It s

    CY FoongCY Foong

    Mar 10, 2024

  • One more reason why the Mazda Lantis is more than a '90s playboy car - It unites Malaysians

    The Mazda Lantis has the recipe for 1990s automotive goodness. It has a curvaceous yet clean design that combines sporty liftback practicality with sexy pillarless doors. That look made it the perfect car for many youthful Gen-Xers in Malaysia who are rich enough to persuade their parents or save up to buy a brand-new 323F Lantis nearly 3 decades ago. Malaysia in the 1990s was also in its own booming economy period with national projects that aimed to show the world that this Southeast Asian nat

    CY FoongCY Foong

    Mar 3, 2024

  • It's not everyday you can ride the Sora FCEV bus - 5 cool things to see and do at UMW Toyota's Beyond Zero event

    The mega makeshift building in Technology Park Malaysia (just behind Wisma Standard Chartered) tells a story of the scale of UMW Toyota Motor's Beyond Zero event, an all under-one-roof symposium of Toyota's multi-pathway sustainable mobility strategy and the products it entails. Happening from now all the way to 28-February 2024, the event houses displays and unique demonstrations with something for everyone. Here's 5 of the coolest things you can see (and do!) there this week: 1. Get up close t

    SanjaySanjay

    Feb 23, 2024

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