TOKYO: Honda has decided to make a comeback to Formula One as an engine supplier in 2015, sources said today.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Citroen brand is about to gain greater visibility as new franchise holder Naza Euro Motors kicks its promotional campaign into higher gear following a successful Citroen Day in April.
PETALING JAYA: The tranquil island atmosphere of Penang was disrupted last weekend when hundreds of Ducati Monster owners got together for the first-ever Asia Ducati Monster Gathering.
SHANGHAI: Volkswagen will build a plant in central China, a spokesman said Tuesday, as it battles US rival General Motors to be the top foreign automaker in the world's biggest car market.
BEIJING: A wealthy Chinese Maserati owner hired four sledgehammer-wielding men to smash up his US$420,000 (RM1.3mil) supercar in protest at poor customer service, reports said today.
NEW YORK: Americans are driving less than they used to because of higher gasoline prices, a weak economy and changing generational preferences, according to a report released Tuesday that found a 60-year "driving boom" had hit the brakes.
NEW YORK: The rocketing stock price of electric sports car maker Tesla made it more valuable than Fiat Tuesday - even though the Italian auto giant produces 200 times more cars than the American upstart.
DETROIT: Cars that "talk" to each other to avoid crashes or traffic jams, like those being tested in the United States, will save lives but the cost of the systems will determine consumers' acceptance of such technology, the US transportation secretary said on Tuesday.
DETROIT: General Motors has unveiled a state-of-the-art US$130-mil (RM390mil) enterprise data centre that will serve as the computing backbone for the automaker's vast global operations.
KOTA KINABALU: Cars worth more than RM4mil that were smuggled into the state two years ago have been returned to Brunei.
The modern car is one of the most sophisticated machines ever created. Dozens of control systems and computer processors work together to ensure it works seamlessly and effectively day in and day out.
But machines do break down occasionally. The technical team of The Otomotif College (TOC) is here to offer advice and help troubleshoot car problems
The team of seven trainers, led by Allan Cabiles (pic), has collectively 30 years of experience in a wide range of car makes. The TOC Team prides itself on keeping pace with the ever-evolving automotive industry. Its trainers undergo training sessions with a network of 800 industry partners across the country.
With such an extensive body of knowledge, think of the TOC Team as your go-to automotive experts.
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