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Lego has made it possible to own your very own Ferrari 488 GTE Le...

The Lego Technic's garage of brick replica cars has grown again, this time the Ferrari 488 GTE race car that competes in...

Honda jazzes up its B-segment line-up with all-new City Hatchback variant

The all-new Honda City Hatchback has made its global debut in Thailand today. Paying homage to the model's lineage of nearly 30...

Based on history and logic, the all-new Hyundai Elantra is most certainly coming to...

The all-new Hyundai Elantra is supposedly coming to Malaysia soon, if Hyundai Malaysia's post on Facebook is anything to go by. The...

Porsche Taycan slides its way into the Guinness World Records for longest electric drift

The Porsche Taycan has set yet another world record - this time an entry in the Guinness Book of Records for the...

New McLaren hybrid supercar to be called Artura

After releasing a teaser of its upcoming hybrid supercar last month, McLaren has further fueled the anticipation for its arrival with a...

Canadian man now owns largest collection of Fast & Furious replicas after 20-year obsession

His name is Jorge and he hails from Alberta, Canada. Nearly 20 years ago, he watched the first The Fast and the...

Cycle & Carriage’s Virtual Showroom brings the new Mercedes brand presence online

Cycle & Carriage has unveiled the first Mercedes-Benz Virtual Showroom in Malaysia today, bringing the new Mercedes-Benz brand presence onto the interwebs....

Kia wants you to know that its Sorento SUV can go off-road too

The all-new Kia Sorento, unveiled in March earlier this year, is unquestionably one handsome-looking SUV - at least on the tarmac where...

Simulators aren’t just for games – here’s how Volvo uses theirs to save lives

Driving simulators are great fun. Over here in the AutoBuzz.my office, we use ours not just to let off some steam after...

Forget flying first class, all you need is the Mercedes-Maybach S-Class

The all-new Mercedes-Benz S-Class is cool and all, but frankly - it was never going to measure up to the top 1%...

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