BMW thinks you’ll eventually get used to subscriptions on cars

If online sentiment is anything to go by, then it seems that most people aren't too fond of subscription-based services in their cars. That,...

Final units of BMW i3s delivered – i3 name to live on in electric...

In a special event at BMW Welt, 18 final units of the BMW i3s have been delivered, marking the epilogue of one of the...

Porsche once experimented with a weird Cayenne Convertible

Convertible SUVs are weird, and most examples of it have turned out... pretty bad - just take a look at the Range Rover Evoque...

Isuzu D-Max X-Terrain styles up for 2022 KL Fashion Week

Showcasing a fresh dimension to its identity, the Isuzu D-Max X-Terrain will be joining the 2022 KL Fashion Week (KLFW) as the event’s official...

Honda dealer begins taking orders for all-new Civic Type R in Malaysia – real...

Despite only making its global debut two weeks ago, a Honda sales advisor here in Malaysia has apparently already begun taking orders for the...

AirAsia offers full-time employment to its riders – up to RM3,000 guaranteed income

AirAsia is now offering full-time employment to all AirAsia Food and AirAsia Xpress riders, with a guaranteed monthly income of up to RM3,000. Included...

China’s BYD enters Australia, plans to sell 9,000 EVs per month by next year

While BYD might not be a household name here yet, the Warren Buffett-backed Chinese carmaker is actually the world's biggest new-electric vehicles producer, selling...

Not ready to go full electric, next-gen BMW 3 Series could use different platforms...

In a statement during the company’s mid-year report, BMW Chairman of the Board of Management, Oliver Zipse, mentioned plans for two electric cars that...

Video: Limited-edition Mitsubishi Triton Phantom Plus, RM139k only – 5 Things

Soon to terrorize our roads is the newly launched Mitsubishi Triton Phantom Plus Edition. This new badass version of the Mitsubishi Triton not only...

Maserati now offers a 10-year powertrain warranty to prove their cars are reliable

We've all heard it before - Italian cars are sloppily made, even the fancy-pants ones like Ferrari and Lamborghini. There's no way for us...